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Friedrich Gedike Wikipedia
Friedrich Gedike (15 January 1754, Boberow bei Karstädt (Prignitz) (Mark Brandenburg) – 2 May 1803, Berlin) was a German theologian, teacher and educational reformer of the late Age of Enlightenment. He was the recipient of the letters that made up the book by C. P. Moritz entitled Journeys of a German in England in 1782.
Gedike came from an old family of theologians. His grandfather, Lambert Gedicke, was the Feldpropst (chief military chaplain) of the Prussian Army, and Simon Gedi(c)ke, Chief Chaplain to the Prince-Elector, Joachim II Hector, Elector of Brandenburg. Ludwig Gedike, later headmaster of the Leipzig Bürgerschule, Ludwig Gedike, was Friedrich's younger brother.Aristoteles und Basedow. 1779
Schulschriften., two volumes, 1789 and 1795
Vermischte Schriften. 1801