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  1. Hartmann

    Hartmann is a lunar impact crater on the far side of the Moon. It lies astride the west-southwestern rim of the huge walled plain Mendeleev, and intrudes part way into the wide inner wall of this feature. Nearly attached to the northwestern rim of Hartmann is the crater Green. The unusual placement of this crater and the proximity of Green have given Hartmann a somewhat oddly shaped outer rim. The rim is slightly oblong in shape and it has an outward bulge to the east. The inner wall is wider on the eastern side, offsetting the interior floor to the western side. This floor is also oval in shape and is somewhat irregular.

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  1. Hartmann

    a German philosopher, born at Berlin; established his fame by a work entitled the "Philosophy of the Unconscious," which rapidly passed through nine editions; he has since written on pessimism, the moral and the religious consciousness, the philosophy of the beautiful, and spiritualism; he is the founder of a new school of philosophy, which professes to be a synthesis of that of Hegel and that of Schopenhauer, and to aim at the reconciliation of philosophic results with scientific; b. 1842.

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