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Atomistik und Kriticismus. Ein Beitrag zur Erkenntnistheoretischen Grundlegung

Lasswitz, Kurd

Published by Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, Braunschweig, 1878
Condition: poor Soft cover
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8vo. viii. 111pp. Wrappers. Forepage edge untrimmed. Work on physics by renowned German scientist and philosopher Kurd Lasswitz (see below). Front wrapper loose but present, with part missing at right bottom. Rear wrapper and parts of spine missing. Binding starting to split between pp. 32 and 33, but still attached. In German. Browning and foxing to pages. Binding in poor, book in fair condition. On the author (Source: Public Domain):Kurd Lasswitz (1848 - 1910) was a German author, scientist, and philosopher. He has been called the father of German science fiction. He sometimes used the pseudonym Velatus. Lasswitz studied mathematics and physics at the University of Breslau and the University of Berlin, and earned his doctorate in 1873. He spent most of his career as a teacher at the Gymnasium Ernestinsium in Gotha. A crater on Mars was named in his honor, as was the asteroid 46514 Lasswitz. There also is a Kurd Laßwitz Preis, which has been awarded to German-speaking authors of science fiction since 1981. Bookseller Inventory # 19688

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Title: Atomistik und Kriticismus. Ein Beitrag zur ...

Publisher: Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, Braunschweig

Publication Date: 1878

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:poor

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