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It has been edited by G. Waitz and published in the Monumenta Germaniae Historica: Scriptores, Band xxvi ( Hanover and Berlin, 1826 – 1892 ).
Several of Alexander's works were published in the Aldine edition of Aristotle, Venice, 1495 – 1498 ; his De Fato and De Anima were printed along with the works of Themistius at Venice ( 1534 ); the former work, which has been translated into Latin by Grotius and also by Schulthess, was edited by J. C. Orelli, Zürich, 1824 ; and his commentaries on the Metaphysica by H. Bonitz, Berlin, 1847.
* Altägyptisches Wörterbuch, the standard academic dictionary of ancient Egyptian published in Berlin
Of his fairly numerous works the one of the most value is the " Histoire de l ' etablissement des Francais refugies dans les etats de Brandebourg " published in Berlin in 1690.
The artists published a series of short-lived political magazines, and held the First International Dada Fair, ' the greatest project yet conceived by the Berlin Dadaists ', in the summer of 1920.
The Berlin group published periodicals such as Club Dada, Der Dada, Everyman His Own Football, and Dada Almanach.
The United States Command Berlin, for example, published detailed instructions for U. S. military and civilian personnel wishing to visit East Berlin.
Friedrich Radszuweit published LGBT literature and magazines in Berlin ( for example " Die Freundin ").
Zuse also claimed to have designed the first higher-level programming language, which he named Plankalkül, in 1945 ( published in 1948 ) although it was implemented for the first time in 2000 by a team around Raúl Rojas at the Free University of Berlin — five years after Zuse died.
In 1885, the same year that he published his monumental work, Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology, he was made a professor at the University of Berlin, most likely in recognition of this publication.
Shortly after Ebbinghaus left Berlin in 1893, Dilthey published a paper extolling the virtues of descriptive psychology, and condemning experimental psychology as boring, claiming that the mind was too complex, and that introspection was the desired method of studying the mind.
Koch published his findings in 1876, and was rewarded with a job at the Imperial Health Office in Berlin in 1880.
Another one appears in Len Deighton's spy novel Berlin Game, published in 1983, which contains the following passage, spoken by Bernard Samson:
Under the same pseudonym he also published fiction, such as Holland ( 1924 ) and a pederastic novel of the Berlin boy-bars, Der Puppenjunge ( The Hustler ) ( 1926 ).
In consequence of the bitter controversy with Luther that resulted, Agricola in 1540 left Wittenberg secretly for Berlin, where he published a letter addressed to Frederick III, Elector of Saxony, which was generally interpreted as a recantation of his obnoxious views.
* 1774-1957 Berliner Astronomisches Jahrbuch für 1776-1959 ( The astronomical yearbook published by Berlin Observatory.
In many ways his work was more in tune with Zürich Dada's championing of performance and abstract art than Berlin Dada's agit-prop approach, and indeed examples of his work were published in the last Zürich dada publication, der Zeltweg, November 1919, alongside the work of Arp and Sophie Tauber.
In Berlin, he published the two works which he would be most renowned for: the Introductio in analysin infinitorum, a text on functions published in 1748, and the Institutiones calculi differentialis, published in 1755 on differential calculus.
Nevertheless, details of Masoch's private life were obscure until Aurora von Rümelin's memoirs, Meine Lebensbeichte ( 1906 ), were published in Berlin under the pseudonym Wanda v. Dunajew.
Abel had sent most of his work to Berlin to be published in Crelles Journal, but he had saved what he regarded his most important work for the French Academy of Sciences, a theorem on addition of algebraic differentials.
But in an article published on February 25 of the same year in a German newspaper called the Vossische Zeitung, Johann von Maedler, a Berlin astronomer, had used the word photography already.

Berlin and views
The three courts of Vienna, Berlin and St Petersburg had come to an understanding as to their attitude in the Eastern question, and their views were embodied in the dispatch, known as the " Andrássy Note ", sent on 30 December 1875 by Andrássy to Count Beust, the Austrian ambassador to the Court of St James.
Several Berlin Jewish businessmen who did business with Ribbentrop in the 1920s and knew him well later expressed astonishment at the vicious anti-Semitism Ribbentrop later displayed in the Third Reich, saying that they did not see any indications that he had held such views when they knew him.
Earlier, speaking of Ribbentrop's activities and of the views of his British friends, Leopold von Hoesch, the German Ambassador in London from 1932 – 36, warned that Berlin should "... not pay any attention to the Londonderrys and Lothians, who in no way represented any important section of British opinion ".
However, his views on international control and on employing the threat of atomic attack changed in the face of the Berlin blockade, the Soviet detonation of an A-bomb, and the advent of the Korean war, which convinced him that the communist bloc was pursuing expansionist policies.
Berlin's writings on the Enlightenment and its critics ( especially Giambattista Vico, Johann Gottfried Herder, Joseph de Maistre and Johann Georg Hamann, to whose views Berlin referred as the Counter-Enlightenment ) contributed to his advocacy of an irreducibly pluralist ethical ontology.
Judah Beer was a leader of the Berlin Jewish community and maintained a private synagogue in his house which leaned towards reformist views.
Lachmann's Betrachtungen über Homer's Iliad, first published in the Abhandlungen of the Berlin Academy in 1837 and 1841, in which he sought to show that the Iliad consists of eighteen independent " layers " variously enlarged and interpolated, had considerable influence on 19th century Homeric scholarship, although his views are no longer accepted.
Müller's earlier studies had been distinctly physiological, but his inclination, no less than his position as professor of anatomy as well as of physiology in the University of Berlin, caused him later to study of comparative anatomy, and this, aided by his interest in problems of general philosophy, gave his views of physiology a breadth and a depth which influenced the progress of that science in his day profoundly.
Certainly aware of the difficult position that military rule had placed the Soviets in internationally ( and perhaps not quite sure to what degree the Soviets shared its views of the revolt ’ s source ), the Politburo also resolved to ask Moscow not to immediately abandon “ the measures to prevent the intrusion of fascist bandits from West Berlin ” once martial law was lifted in East Berlin.
Though out of office, his personal influence continued to be very great both at Munich and Berlin, in no small part due to the favorable terms of the treaty of the North German Confederation with Bavaria, which embodied his views, and with its acceptance by the Bavarian parliament.
Unable to persuade the American government to agree with the British line over Yemen and the Congo, or to proceed with either a negotiated settlement with Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev over Berlin or the Skybolt ballistic missile programme, he nevertheless played a significant role in the Cuban Missile Crisis, and ensured that Britain's views were taken into account by the American government.
On 25 November 1938, Bonnet informed the French Ambassador to Poland, Léon Noël, that France should find an excuse for terminating the 1921 Franco-Polish alliance, but found that his views on this issue created considerable opposition within the Quai d ' Orsay, where it was argued that Poland was too valuable an ally to be abandoned, and that if France renounced the Polish alliance, Warsaw would align herself with Berlin ( the Polish Foreign Minister Colonel Józef Beck was widely, if erroneously, believed in France to be pro-German ).
The hilltop grounds provide expansive views of the area, a re-creation of a portion of the White House Lawn, and, like many presidential libraries, a piece of the Berlin Wall.
The Berlin Circle was a group that maintained logical empiricist views about philosophy.
The local LAF units in Lithuanian cities maintained more liberal political views than the Berlin headquarters.
While, according Naumann, after 1871 the leading class in the German Empire manifested their historical views in raising retrospective monuments like the Hermannsdenkmal and Völkerschlachtdenkmal and joined in a controversial debate abaout the planned reconstruction of Heidelberg Castle, the Berlin Republic would use the debates around the Holocaustmahnmal and the reconstruction of Berliner Stadtschloss for a similar purpose with Lea Rosh being a leading figure in both cases.
The tower offers extensive views over the lake and the forests against the Berlin skyline.
Isaiah Berlin summed up the reasons why Naturphilosophie had a wide-ranging impact on views of art and artists:
In 1978, Wolters published a book on the town centre of Berlin, but despite suggestions from his son, he declined to include his views about Nazi architecture, and never did set forth such views to his colleagues.
From 1847 to 1850 he resided at Berlin, where his talents and scholarship were recognized by Alexander von Humboldt, but where his advanced political views caused the authorities to regard him with suspicion.
Sanders laid down his views in his Katechismus der Deutschen Orthographie ( 1856 ) and was an active member of the orthographical conference in Berlin in 1876.

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