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As such, these translations were a move to free himself from a man whose influence on his thought and creative output cannot be overestimated" Brodersen, WJ A Biography, p. Brodersen D1. Eine Geschichte seltsamen Inhalts. Berlin: n.
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Berlin: Springer, Tall 8vo, 6 , pp. It gives a clear cut descripton of the psychic and somatic symptons, and should be consulted by whoever is interested in the actions of mescaline. He published a paper on hashish intoxication in The present work, his magnum opus, has been translated into Spanish but not yet into English. G-M Berlin Catalogue. Utrecht: Hes Publishers, In there were few publications dealing with internal secretion, but Biedl, in the second edition of his book, , was able to include a bibliography of 8, items" Garrison-Morton.
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The volume and its author are not to be found in any of the usual - and unusual - medical references, nor the NUC. Berlin: Schockn, 12mo, brown cloth, paper spine label. Leipzig: Hiersemann, Folio, 65, 3 pp, 25 mounted color lithograph plates. The plates have been produced with extreme fidelity to color and texture. Vienna: Dr. Rolf Passer, Lightest dustsoiling, spine barely cocked, otherwise fine. War with the Newts, first published in Czech in , is a fanciful romance that satirizes modern science and pseudoscience as well as international politics.
Karel Capek , novelist, playwright, and essayist, was the best-known literary figure of liberated Czechoslovakia after A critic of modern science, industrialism, militarism, and totalitarianism, he infused all his work with his philosophical and human interests. He is commonly remembered as the inventor of the word "robot," from the Czech robotit, used in his drama R.
NUC cites 3 copies. A very good copy. He performed his task so rapidly that his German translation, to which he added a preface and footnotes, was published several months before the original French version, which appeared in " Norman Library. Waller Dusseldorf Kunsthalle, Folio, 47 tipped-in color plates. Half morocco over marbled boards, very good. Sein Werden und Seine Ziele. Leipzig, Cloth, with original wrappers bound in. Hagenaw: Henricus Gran [for] Joannis Rynman, Some occasional contemp.
Not only are simpler words included, but parts of speech and genders of nouns are indicated. Furthermore, the dictionary is followed by categorized lists of words, such as the names for different members of a family, and laws.
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The eminent Polish biochemist Funk coined the term vitamin for vital amine and discovered thiamine, the first vitamin to be isolated. In examining the link between nutrional deficiency and disease in this work Funk opened the door for many advances in therapeutic and preventive medicine. Much of the previous literature is reviewed. In he postulated his theory of the existence of unknown but essential factors in diet" G-M Heirs of Hippocrates citing the second edition. Cushing F Lilly p. Oblong 12mo, 31 hand-colored plates. Weimar: Gesellschaft der Bibliophilen, Stiff card wrappers with white wraparound dust jacket printed in black and blue, light foxing along right edge, dj lightly soiled, otherwise very good.
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Leipzig: Hyperion-Verlag, Attention is accorded to recipes, cooks, drinking songs, gastronomic poetry, famous gourmets, and famous gourmands. Bitting, Gastronomic Bibliography p. Berlin: George Reimer, Folio, 6 , 48pp, color frontis. Quarter calf, gilt lettered, marbled boards, bookplate, moderate wear at spine extremities, light wear at corners, otherwise very good. Though a devout Sufi, Hafiz C. A beautiful, handsome edition, apparently the third printing from Schahin. Offenbach: Wilhelm Gerstung, Purple pictorial boards, very good.
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Weimar, ]. Foxing througout, otherwise fine. Braunschweig: Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, Very good.. Between and the microscopic anatomy of the cochlea first became known. Among the structures revealed were the rods of Corti strung out in gradually increasing size along the length of the cochlea - analogous, Helmholtz insisted, to the tuned wires of a piano. In Helmholtz boldly hypothesized that these rods function as tuned resonators..
Horblit 49a. Zusammengestellt von Felix A. Berlin: Welt-Verlag, Black cloth backstrip, gilt lettered and ornamented, paper boards, black lettered, very light wear, otherwise near fine. In German. Munchen: Omnia-Minireprint, Black cloth, silver lettering. Among the few before the First World War to take an active role in the "reform of the antiquated sexual code that prevailed at the time" Fine, History of Psychoanalysis, p.
Havelock Ellis also paid tribute to Hirschfeld in the third edition of Sexual Inversion, lauding him for his "scholarly history of the antiquated laws against homosexuality in Germany, [and for being the] first authority to deal adequately with lesbianism" Grosskurth, Havelock Ellis, p. The current four-volume work provides a very comprehensive overview of human sexuality, in terms of its history, its varieties and their causes. About homosexuality in particular Hirschfeld argues that it, as many other varieties of sexuality, is congenital, and that sexual inversion might be caused by internal secretions.
Hirschfeld escaped and died in Nice. Gay, Freud, p. Berlin: Berger, Printed wrappers detached. HIRT, Eduard. Bergman, Orig blue printed wrappers, spine lightly chipped, unopened, very good. Nach seiner Genesung macht er sich auf den Weg zu Teresa. In Panik bricht er nach Zamora auf, wo er Teresa zu finden hofft. Gebrochen geht er ins Exil. Mehr als eine Million Menschen starben. Die Toten und die Gebrochenen, aber auch die Begeisterten haben ein Gesicht.
Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published first published June 22nd More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dieses Licht! Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Kanonistische Abteilung 47 , pp. See A. There is a bit of circular reasoning here: anything that refers to lower-status unions proves the existence of Friedelehe, while anything that does not refer to its existence proves that it was considered full marriage.
Nor does the text that supposedly epitomizes primitive Germanic culture, the Germania of Tacitus, mention it. Tacitus is not a highly reliable witness to early Germanic custom, as he lumps all the Germans together as one group and often attributes to them characteristics intended to contrast with Roman decadence. The wife does not bring the dowry to the husband, but the husband to the wife.
In any case he makes no reference to an alternative or lesser form of marriage. Nor should we necessarily expect that he should. Modern scholars, who live in a culture whose views on marriage derive in large part from those established by the medieval church since the twelfth century, have tended to accept that something is a marriage or it is not, and that the church is the appropriate judge. Other societies do not usually have one clear standard that makes everything else a lesser institution.
Geburtstag am 6. April Weimar, , pp. Winterbottom and R. Ogilvie Oxford, , p. Scandinavian laws treat such a concubinage after a certain time-period as marriage — a side-piece to Roman marriage by usus. Proponents of Friedelehe cite as an explanation for its absence in legal sources the fact that it was a private arrangement between families. This intent might be expressed through public ceremonies, but it could also be private; it did not require a particular legal proceeding. In fact Muntehe is as absent in the sources as Friedelehe ; different leges give the husband different degrees of control over the wife, and provide for different kinds of payments, but some do not mention guardianship at all see below.
Margaret Clunies Ross suggests that for Anglo-Saxon England there was a secondary status, the children of which could inherit, but which she calls concubinage because nothing in the sources indicates it was considered a marriage. Eckhardt ed. Germanistische Abteilung 63 , pp. Usually it is a matter of cases in which account must be taken of social inequality between the parties.
Whether the multiple legal forms that developed in this context go back to a common Germanic origin seems doubtful. These common features posited by historians have allowed them for more than a century to romanticize Friedelehe, making it into an insti- tution that allowed for matches based on love. Hoops ed. See W. Erler and E. Because the husband did not have legal control over the wife, she could leave the marriage if she were mistreated, or wished to for any other reason. Meyer was not a Nazi but his ideas about the ancient Germans were in line with National Socialist ideology and supported the view of a praiseworthy common German past.
In such an arrangement, women could choose their partners more freely.
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Schulze suggests that Friedelehe was not an ancient, common Germanic concept, and Wemple suggests that it was not conducive to a high status for women, but both accept that something existed to which it makes sense to give this name. As a modern term of convenience, however, 15 Meyer died in On his politics see H. Wemple, Women in Frankish Society Philadelphia, , p.
But to say that Friedelehe was not a distinct form of marriage is to beg the question: not distinct from what? Muntehe, although less problematized by scholars because more accepted as the normal form of marriage, also referred to as Vollehe or full marriage , is also problem- atic. The term is based largely on the Lombard laws discussed below , which use the term mundium both for guardianship over a woman and the payment for that guardianship.
Although there were efforts within the Frankish church 18 Le Jan, Famille et pouvoir, p. See E. Bougard, L. Feller and R. Le Jan ed. Affeldt ed. Lebensbedingungen—Lebensnormen—Lebensformen Sigmaringen, , pp. In the Burgundian law, as cited below, his authority seems to have been automatic on marriage even if no wealth was transferred.
But husbandly authority was not total in any of the law codes, a point made already by F. Not one, however, cites any evidence other than the Lombard laws for a bride-price that purchased guardianship over the bride, let alone a dos paid to the bride that did so. Indeed, it is a false decretal although accepted as valid by many in the Frankish church, including Hincmar that states that marriage without the proper elements petitio, benediction, etc. See P. But it does make a difference if one wants to claim, as Saar does, that not all marriages involved the transfer of the Munt.
In Old Norse sources mundr is used only to denote the payment itself, not any rights acquired with that payment. The law of the Ripuarian Franks uses the term mundeburdum for protection, authority or guardianship, but it is not necessarily the guardianship of a husband or father over a woman, but of a king or lord over a dependant. It is not, then, safe to assume that Muntehe, that is a particular form of marriage that transferred a particular bundle of rights from the father or kin to the husband, is a common Germanic concept, any more than Friedelehe ; and especially unsafe to leap from there to the conclusion that a bride-price, or any other particular transfer of property, denoted this particular form — although such a leap is very common in the scholarship.
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Craigie Oxford, , s. Liebermann ed. Similarly, Wihtred, c. Fischer ed. Rivers trans. I cannot prove by an argument from silence that there was no mundium transferred in marriage other than among the Lombards; but one certainly would not be warranted in arguing from silence that there was. The mundium of Lombard law resembles the manus transferred at marriage in Republican Rome; the latter was in disuse by the age of Augustus. Some marriages were stronger than others and some were more easily dissolved or conveyed fewer rights to the offspring, but this did not necessarily depend on the choice of a particular legal form or on whether a particular sort of payment was made.
There was no Friedelfrau who occupied a status between that of fully recognized wife and that of concubine; there was no full wife whose status depended on the fact that her husband assumed guardian- ship over her. Rather, there was a whole range of statuses that could be held by a wife with no clear vocabulary to distinguish between them.
II Although the focus of this article is on the early Middle Ages in contin- ental Europe, especially Francia, a detour into a later period and quite different region is required. This is because Old Norse sources written 28 H. Pertz ed. For example, Saar, Ehe—Scheidung, p. Baviera, in S. Riccobono, J. Baviera, C. Ferrini, J. Furlani and V. Haenel Leipzig, , pp. Cancik and H. The project of reconstructing prehistoric, common Germanic institutions from thirteenth-century Norse sources is dubious in and of itself.
For those who do not accept it as prima facie invalid methodologically, it is necessary to examine the evidence to see that even if it were possible to use it to explain common Germanic custom, the Norse material would not support the Friedelehe model. Evidence relating to Scandinavia in the Viking Age though not created in that period has been used to prove the common Germanic roots of the supposed institution of Friedelehe, as well as the centrality of the bride-price to a valid marriage.
The frilla, however, is quite clearly not a wife, indeed she is often contrasted with one. However, a careful examination of the saga and legal evidence reveals no evidence that the frilla once had the status of a wife. Rather, it indicates that she was a woman of low status, or if she came from an elite family, becoming a frilla caused a loss of social though not legal status. The women 32 R. These relationships tended to be serially mono- gamous: a man would have a frilla before or instead of marriage. When we turn to the better- known family sagas, which purport to describe the events of the Viking Age, however, we must take into account that they were written at the same time as the contemporary sagas.
We must ask if they present any clues as to the ways in which tenth- and eleventh-century customs may have been different. It is far more likely that an unknown slave would be turned into the daughter of a king than that a co-wife would be turned into a concubine. The question here seems to be not what kind of marriage it was but whether it was one at all. Korpiola ed. Torfason, S. See Ebel Konkubinat, pp.