Erkanntes und Erlebtes: Die Geschichte eines Buches des protestantischen Gelehrten Wilhelm Wundt aus dem Besitz des jüdischen Apothekers Leopold Scheyer

Andert, Karin; Kohls, Niko
November 2012
Bibliotheksdienst;Nov2012, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p908
Trade Publication
The article discusses the singling out of a book in July 2011 at the library of the Psychologyische Institut (Psychology Institue) of the Frei Universität Berlin (Free University Berlin) in Berlin, Germany during a collection integration project, by Wilhelm Wundt, who is considered the founder of Psychology as an independent academic discipline. The book belonged to a German Jewish pharmacist named Leopold Scheyer who was dispossessed of the book during the rule of the National Socialist party in Germany.


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