Hegels Theologische Jugendschriften: Nach Den Handscriften Der Kgl. Bibliothek in Berlin. Herausgegeben Von Dr. Herman Nohl.
Tubingen: Verlag von T.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1907. 1907. - Octavo, 9-3/4 inches high by 6-1/2 inches wide. Softcover, bound in tan paper wraps titled in gray on the front cover and the spine with the publisher's ads printed on the rear cover. The covers are stained and creased with a chip out to the lower portion of the spine. x, [ii], 405 &  deckle-edged pages. The corners of the pages are lightly creased. A good, partially unopened copy. First edition. Hegel's theological writings for young people: based on the manuscripts of the Kgl. Library of Berlin. Edited by Herman Nohl. From the library of Dr. Clemens E. Benda, the authority on Down syndrome, with a postmarked stamped envelope addressed to him laid into the book. Clemens has additionally underlined and emphasized paragraphs with marginal pencil marks throughout the chapter titled "Der Geist des Christentums und sein Schicksal" (The Spirit of Christianity and its Fate). Considered the authority on Down syndrome, which was then referred to as "Mongolism", Dr. Clemens E. Benda (1898-1975) was recognized as an internationally known expert on "mental deficiency". Benda argued for an end to "artificial distinctions between mental defect and mental illness" and believed that "so-called mentally deficient children are often the victims of unfair and unjust discrimination". Born in Berlin where he received his medical degree, Benda worked as a psychiatrist at the Binswanger Sanitarium in Switzerland. He moved to the U.S. as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School, eventually teaching at both Harvard and the University of Munich. Benda was also director of research and psychiatry for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Walter E. Fernald School, and the Wrentham State School in Massachusetts. Good .
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Keywords: PHILOSOPHY; RELIGION; MEDICINE; GEORG WILHELM FRIEDRICH HEGEL; HERMAN NOHL; HEGELS THEOLOGISCHE JUGENDSCHRIFTEN; NACH DEN HANDSCHRIFTEN DER KGL. BIBLIOTHEK ZU BERLIN; DER GEIST DES CHRISTENTUMS UND SEIN SCHICKSAL; HEGEL'S THEOLOGICAL WRITINGS FOR YOUN