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The creator of modern logic was born in the Pomeranian town of Wismar. His father was headmaster at a school for young ladies, which Frege's mother took over after her husband's early death. Frege studied mathematics at the University of Jena. His studies were encouraged by Ernst Abbe, who encouraged him to obtain a doctorate at Gottingen and then helped him secure a position as lecturer at Jena in Although trained as a mathematician, Frege also studied with Lotze at Gottingen, and his work shows the influence of both Leibniz and Kant.