Johannes von Kuhn (19 February 1806 – 8 May 1887) was a German Catholic theologian. With Franz Anton Staudenmaier he occupied the foremost rank among the speculative dogmatists of the Catholic school at the University of Tübingen.
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... I, part II "Die dogmatische Lehre von der Erkenntniss, den Eigenschaften und der Einheit Gottes" (1849 2nd ed ... II "Die christliche Lehre von der göttlichen Dreieinigkeit" (1857) ... Kuhn had already outlined his work in the paper "Über Princip und methode der speculativen Theologie" (University programme, Tübingen, 1840) ...
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