Steinheim, Solomon Ludwig

(1789-1866)
   German philosopher. He was born in Bruchhausen, Westphalia, and practised as a physician in Altona from 1813 to 1845. Later he settled in Rome. His writings include Revelation According to the Doctrine of the Synagogue and The Doctrine of the Synagogue as Exact Science.

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