briefly Wildhagen (* 22. October 1871 in Moscow - † 19. February 1949 in Heidelberg), brother of the painter Fritz Wildhagen, was a German scholar, a sokratischer teacher and a publisher of the works of Iwan Sergejewitsch Turgenew, a city-well-known original in the Heidelberg of the first half 20. Century.
Wildhagen originates briefly from bremisch verdischem aristocracy, “a perhaps in a revolutionary manner been correct family executive committee the center 18. Century " had put down. (Krischke) he came into Moscow to the world, where its 1883 deceased father had created a factory for precision mechanics as an engineer. It buildup starting from 1886 in Elbing in west Prussia , where it made 1891 the Abitur.
1891 it began law studies at the university in grab forest. Still in the same year Berlin changed to the university, where it gave the jurisprudence up after some terms in favor of philosophy. Starting from 1895/96 it studied at the university in Marburg, where it heard particularly with Hermann Cohen. With this it did not lead thesis project begun however to end.
For at the latest 1898 Wildhagen was resident in Heidelberg, where he did not write himself any longer and up to its death a life led, whose rough outlines Roland Krischke in such a way described: “It visited lectures, wrote for newspapers, which largest part of the daily it spent however in the Café, where it read and researched or met acquaintance… particularly in “the Haeberlin”, which existed from 1881-1932” and “in the years before the First World War one of the mental centers of the city” was.
Wildhagen was a friend Carlo Philips', editor and editor only of the South West German ones appeared in two classes round-looks, Emil Ludwig, Eugen of gentleman Mr., Wolfgang Frommels, Friedrich Burschells u.v.a.m.
- out mean Zettelkasten in: Literature and science. Monthly supplement of the Heidelberger newspaper. 1910
- Samogon [d.i. K.W.]: Rendezvous of the passions, Merlin publishing house, Heidelberg 1926 (the Russian alias “Samogon” means about “burned liquor”)
beside it hands journalistic activity for different journals and newspapers, above all the Heidelberger, which was renamed starting from 1919 into post office of Baden. (A selection of it is in in the Lit. book mentioned of Roland Krischke on S. 138-177 contains.)
- publishers of
Iwan Turgenjew: All works - in twelve volumes. Translated of F. M. Balte, Fega freshness, Ludwig Rubiner, August Scholz, S. Levine, R. v. Walter, IDA Orloff among other things [as for instance Wildhagen themselves] volume 1 given change with Otto Buek, otherwise alone. George Mueller, Munich and Leipzig 1911-1917, until 1931 continued of the Propyläen publishing house, Berlin
- translator of
Nikolai Gogol: The Unhold. With 74 lithographies of walter Becker. German transmission of briefly Wildhagen. Publishing house of smelling pool of broadcasting corporations white brook, Heidelberg 1920 (fourth pressure of the Argonautenkreises)
- SHORT WILDHAGEN 1871-1949 - the way of Heidelberg. Given change for the Kurpfälzi museum Heidelberg von Roland Krischke and Frieder Hepp. With a preface of Frieder Hepp and contributions of Michael Buselmeier, Susanne sky jack, Roland Krischke and Michael Philipp. - A book to the exhibition in the city-historical department of the Kurpfälzi museum of the city Heidelberg of 5. November 1997 to 18. January 1998. Heidelberg: HVA, 1997 - ISBN 3-8253-7110-7.
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||brother of the painter Fritz Wildhagen, was a German scholar, a sokratischer teacher and a publisher of the works of Turgenjews|
|DATE OF BIRTH||22. October 1871|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Moscow|
|DYING DATE||19. February 1949|