Vitus Pichler

Vitus Pichler (born at Großberghofen, 24 May 1670; died at Munich, 15 February 1736) was an Austrian Jesuit canonist and controversial writer.

He studied for the secular priesthood, but after ordination entered the Society of Jesus, 28 September 1696. For four years he was professor of philosophy at Briggs and Dillingen. He was then advanced to the chair of philosophy, controversial and scholastic, at Augsburg. He acquired fame in the field of canon law, which he taught for nineteen years at Dillingen, and at Ingolstadt, where he was the successor of Francis Xavier Schmalzgrueber. His last appointment was as prefect of higher studies at Munich. Provided by Wikipedia
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