Start by marking Goethe: His Personality and His Work as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. by Albert Schweitzer. The only speech the great humanitarian and scholar ever made in the . Thornton Wilder alternates sentence by sentence with Schweitzer to provide English translation.
A Goethe; His Personality And His Work (Delivered In German By Dr. Albert Schweitzer) Part 1 B Goethe; His Personality And His Work (Delivered In German By Dr. Albert Schweitzer) Part 2. Notes.
The photo of Schweitzer on the jacket is brown toned dated in black 'Aspen 7-7-49' with a signature of Albert Schweitzer. I have looked very closely at it and even though it is hard to tell, I am supposing that the signature and date are printed in black onto the brown-tinted photograph, rather than being an actual Albert Schweitzer autograph
5. Biographical Encyclopedia of Philosophy (1965?)
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Albert Schweitzer Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) was an Alsatian-German religious philosopher, musicologist, and medical missionary in Africa. He was known especially for founding the Schweitzer Hospital, which provided unprecedented medical care for the natives of Lambaréné in Gabon. His classic work The Quest of the Historical Jesus (1906) deals with major scholarly writings on Jesus from the 17th century onward; the volume was well received and quickly became a standard source book. Renunciation and Dedication. The best introduction to Schweitzer's thought and personality is through his own engagingly written autobiographical works: At the Edge of the Primeval Forest (1922), Memoirs of Childhood and Youth (1925), and Out of My Life and Thought (1933). One of the best studies of Schweitzer is George Seaver, Albert Schweitzer: The Man and His Mind (1947).
Albert schweitzer : his work and his philosophy. The philosophy of civilization. I would like to express my satisfaction that the town of Frankfort-on-Main has declared that the chief reason for conferring the Goethe Prize on Albert Schweitzer was the desire to express admiration for his ethical and humanitarian activities, thus paying tribute, in accordance with the views expressed in my treatise, to the self-abnegation of this great man.
Albert Schweitzer, his mother, and brother Paul in Gunsbach, around 1913. Source: S. Oswald, Mein Onkel Bery: Erinnerungen an Albert Schweitzer, 2nd edn (Zurich: Rotapfel Verlag, 1972). 8. The mission station in Andende near Lambarene, 1913. 20. Albert Schweitzer and his Hungarian colleague Emerich Percy examine a patient suffering from elephantiasis. The life of Albert Schweitzer offers a challenge to the biographer in that he was a multifaceted personality who led a long life, and was romanticized by many. When in its 1960 Christmas issue the German magazine Der Spiegel declared that Schweitzer looked ‘like a close relative of the dear Lord God himself ’,2 the author was referring to more than his appearance.
As quoted in Albert Schweitzer : The Man and His Mind (1947) by George Seaver, p. 366. The awareness that we are all human beings together has become lost in war and through politics. Radio appeal for peace, Oslo, Norway (30 March 1958). Schweitzer, Albert (1913). Geschichte der (in German) (2nd, Revised and Expanded e. I live my life in God, in the mysterious divine personality which I do not know as such in the world, but only experience as mysterious Will within myself. Rational thinking which is free from assumptions ends therefore in mysticism. To relate oneself in the spirit of reverence for life to the multiform manifestations of the will-to-live which together constitute the world is ethical mysticism.
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- Translated By – Thornton Wilder
- Voice [Introduction] – G. A. Borgese
NotesLecture in German.
Recorded In 1949
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: No. M-100
- Other: No. M-101
- Other: No. M-102
- Other: No. M-103
|M-100||Albert Schweitzer||Goethe: His Personality And His Work (2xLP, Album, Mono, Ltd)||Winchester Records||M-100||US||1949|