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'''Hermann Bonitz''' (29 July 1814 – 25 July 1888), German scholar, was born at [[Langensalza]] in [[Prussian Saxony]].
Having studied at the [[University of Leipzig]] under [[Johann Gottfried Jakob Hermann|G. Hermann]] and at [[University of Berlin|Berlin]] under [[Philipp August Böckh|Böckh]] and [[Karl Konrad Friedrich Wilhelm Lachmann|Lachmann]], he became successively teacher at the [[Blochmann-Institut]] in [[Dresden]] (1836), ''Oberlehrer'' at the [[Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium]] (1838) and the [[Graues Kloster]] (1840) in Berlin, professor at the gymnasium at [[Szczecin|Stettin (Szczecin)]] (1842), professor at the [[University of Vienna]] (1849), member of the [[Imperial Academy]]{{dn|date=March 2017}} (1854), member of the council of education (1864), and director of the [[Evangelisches Gymnasium zum Grauen Kloster|Graues-Kloster-Gymnasium]] (1867). He retired in 1888, and died in that year at Berlin.
He took great interest in higher education, and was chiefly responsible for the system of teaching and examination in use in the high schools of [[Prussia]] after 1882. But it is as a commentator on [[Plato]] and [[Aristotle]] that he is best known outside Germany. His most important works in this connection are: