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Der Band versammelt Vorträge aus den wissenschaftshistorischen Seminaren der Leopoldina einerseits und Abhandlungen zur Wissenschafts- und Akademiegeschichte andererseits. So werden Goethes Leiden und Krankheiten, Rousseaus Verhältnis zu den Wissenschaften und die Asklepiosmedizin in der römischen Kaiserzeit behandelt. Die Beiträge zu Institutionen untersuchen die Entwicklung der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft seit ihrer Gründung bis zur Gegenwart im Überblick, zeigen die Leopoldina in den DDR-Jahren im Netz der Staatssicherheit und folgen dieser Naturforscherakademie auf den Spuren Darwins. Außerdem werden die Anfänge der Leopoldina-Ausgabe von Goethes naturwissenschaftlichen Schriften dargestellt. Einen Schwerpunkt des Bandes bilden die Biographien hervorragender Forscher: des Botanikers Otto Renner (1883–1960), der als Genetiker und Leopoldiner gewürdigt wird, und des Biochemikers Otto Meyerhof (1884–1951), dessen Wirken als vielseitiger Gelehrter, Verfolgter des NS-Regimes und Emigrant analysiert wird.

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Publikationsdatum 21.11.2012
Titel Vorträge und Abhandlungen zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte 2011/2012
Bindungsform Paperback
Höhe 240
Breite 170
Gewicht 1040
Illustrationstext 128 schw.-w. u. 12 farb. Abb., 4 schw.-w. u. 4 farb. Tab.
Seitenanzahl 512
Autor(en) Gerstengarbe, Sybille
Kaasch, Joachim
Kaasch, Michael
Kleinert, Andreas
Parthier, Benno
Kategorie Hardcover, Softcover / Naturwissenschaften allgemein
Naturwissenschaften, allgemein
Naturwissenschaften
2011/2012
Vorträge und Abhandlungen
Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Sprache eng
ger
Verlagsname Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
Beschreibung Der Band versammelt Vorträge aus den wissenschaftshistorischen Seminaren der Leopoldina einerseits und Abhandlungen zur Wissenschafts- und Akademiegeschichte andererseits. So werden Goethes Leiden und Krankheiten, Rousseaus Verhältnis zu den Wissenschaften und die Asklepiosmedizin in der römischen Kaiserzeit behandelt. Die Beiträge zu Institutionen untersuchen die Entwicklung der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft seit ihrer Gründung bis zur Gegenwart im Überblick, zeigen die Leopoldina in den DDR-Jahren im Netz der Staatssicherheit und folgen dieser Naturforscherakademie auf den Spuren Darwins. Außerdem werden die Anfänge der Leopoldina-Ausgabe von Goethes naturwissenschaftlichen Schriften dargestellt. Einen Schwerpunkt des Bandes bilden die Biographien hervorragender Forscher: des Botanikers Otto Renner (1883–1960), der als Genetiker und Leopoldiner gewürdigt wird, und des Biochemikers Otto Meyerhof (1884–1951), dessen Wirken als vielseitiger Gelehrter, Verfolgter des NS-Regimes und Emigrant analysiert wird.
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