An Estonian philosopher during the 20th century. He was active in saving Jews from concentration camps during the Holocaust.
He wrote one novel called Liberation of Rapanui, which was published posthumously.
He was born in the same country as chess-master Ortvin Sarapu.
He studied theology at the University of Tartu.
He was born and raised in Lipa village, Raikküla Parish, Rapla County, Estonia.