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Adolph Stöhr

Adolph Stöhr
Born (1855-02-24)February 24, 1855
Sankt Pölten, Lower Austria
Died February 10, 1921(1921-02-10) (aged 65)
Vienna
Nationality Austrian
Occupation Professor of Philosophy and Psychology

Adolph Stöhr (February 24, 1855February 10, 1921) was professor of philosophy at the University of Vienna. His lectures and publications covered subjects such as logic, metaphysics, philosophy of language, experimental psychology, psychology of perception, and psychology of association.

Published works

  • Philosophische Konstruktionen und Reflexionen 1974 (posthumous)
  • Lehrbuch der Logik in psychologisierender Darstellung 1910
  • Philosophie der unbelebten Materie 1907
  • Zur Hypothese der Sehstoffe und Grundfarben 1898
  • Die erste Volkshochschule 1965 (posthumous)
  • Letzte Lebenseinheiten und ihr Verband in einem Keimplasma, vom philosophischen Standpunkte ... 1897
  • Philosophie der unbelebten Materie: Hypothetische Darstellung der Einheit des Stoffes und seines ... 1907
  • Zur nativistischen Behandlung des Tiefensehens 1892
  • Umriss einer Theorie der Namen 1889
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