J.M. Charcot correspondence, 1884-1892.


Charcot, J. M. (Jean Martin), 1825-1893. J.M. Charcot correspondence, 1884-1892.

J.M. Charcot correspondence, 1884-1892.

ALsS from Charcot to Theodor Gomperz (circa 1884 and 1885 March 18), to the publishing firm Toeplitz & Deuticke (1891 August 1), and to two unidentified individuals (1892 January 8 and undated).

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Charcot, J. M. (Jean Martin), 1825-1893

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Neurologist. From the description of J.M. Charcot correspondence, 1884-1892. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984296 Jean-Martin Charcot, 1825-1893, was an influential figure in the development of the fields of neurology and psychology. He taught medicine for 33 years at and was director of Paris' Salpetriere Hospital. In 1882 he founded Europe's first neurological clinic at Salpetriere. His special interest was hysteria, which he considered neurological in origin and studie...

Gomperz, Theodor, 1832-1912

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Gomperz was a professor of classical philology in Vienna. From the description of Letters, ca.1936. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122372641 Biography / Administrative History Philosopher and classics scholar Heinrich Gomperz, born in Vienna in 1873, was the son of philosopher Theodor Gomperz. While living in Vienna, Heinrich Gomperz was on the periphery of the Schlick Circle, a discussion group organized in 19...

Toeplitz & Deuticke

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