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Karl Friedrich Bahrdt (; 25 August 1741 – 23 April 1792), also spelled Carl Friedrich Bahrdt, was an unorthodox German Protestant biblical scholar, theologian, and polemicist. Controversial during his day, he is sometimes considered an "enfant terrible" and one of the most immoral characters in German learning.

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Uniform title: Gedichte dieses Naturalisten
by Bahrdt, Karl Friedrich, 1741-1792
Germantown bei Philadelphia [i.e. Berlin] 1782 : im Jahr der grossen Reformazion, 1782
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