Heidelberger Jahrbucher by Universitats-Gesellschaft
  

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Heidelberger Jahrbucher by Universitats-Gesellschaft

Jochen A. Frowein: Deutschland und das Grundgesetz J}rgen Siebke: Kontroversen auf dem Wege zur Europ{ischen W{hrungsunion Detlef Junker: Die USA und die Weimarer Republik Wilfried K}per: Das Verbrechen am Seelenleben und das Verbrechen gegen die Geisteskr{fte Peter Winterhoff-Spurk: Perspektiven der Medienpsychologie Heinrich Konrad Geiss: Die Perspektiven und Aufgaben der Krankenhaushygiene innerhalb der modernen Krankenhausmedizin Klaus Goerttler: Hic gaudet mors succurrere vitae. Hier freut sich der Tod, dem Leben zu helfen Wilhelm Doerr: Karl Heinrich Bauer in seinen Arbeiten Peter Leins: Blumenbest{ubung durch Tiere Kuno Fischer-Preis 1991 Wolfgang Wieland: Laudatio auf Werner Beierwaltes Werner Beierwaltes: Eriugenas Faszination Johann Michael Fritz: Kunstsch{tze der Heidelberger Jesuitenkirche Hans-Ulrich Vogel: Feuerbrunnen in China und ihre Bedeu- tung f}r die Technikgeschichte Maya Rauch, Dorothee Mu~gnug: Briefe aus dem Exil. Aus der Korrespondenz von Heinrich Zimmer 1939-1943

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Paperback
435 pages

Author

Universitats-Gesellschaft
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Publisher

Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K an imprint of Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG

Publication date

7th November 1991

ISBN

9783540543619


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