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Gustav Glogau (June 6, 1844, Laukischken (Kreis Labiau, Ostpreußen) - March 22, 1895, Laurion (Greece)) is a German philosopher of religion. He taught as a professor at the Halle University (1883-), Kiel University (1884-).

The name is sometime misspelled as Gustav Grogau.

Literary works[edit]

  • Abriss der philosophischen Grundwissenschaften, 2 vols., 1880-1888



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