Eugen Ehrlich Bibliographic Index

or How the EUGENEHRLICH Bibliographic Index came to life In 2015 the walls of Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University witnessed the presentation of ...

Eugen Ehrlich  Bibliographic Index

Author: Sergiy Nezhurbida

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 1622733770

Page: 352

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The Bibliographic Index EUGEN EHRLICH is a guide through available materials containing information about the life, scientific, educational, legislative and social activities of the Austrian lawyer and university professor in the period of 1896-1918. Eugen Ehrlich was the Dean in 1901-1902 and 1908-1909 and the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law in 1902-1903 and 1909-1910, the Vice-Rector in 1907-1908, and the Rector of Franz Joseph University in Czernowitz in 1906-1907 (now Ukrainian: Chernivtsi). Moreover, ex officio, he was a member of the local parliament. The Index includes the foreword of the compilers, an introductory article, a selected basic chronology with the dates of the life and work of Eugen Ehrlich, and the four main structural parts: “List of works by Eugen Ehrlich”, “Eugen Ehrlich as editor”, “Literature about Eugen Ehrlich’s life and activity” and “Appendices: Documents from Chernivtsi University Scientific Library holdings”. “List of works by Eugen Ehrlich”, “Periodicals with Eugen Ehrlich's publications”, “List of used periodicals”, and “Name index” are all provided for the convenience of users. The “Name index” includes all the names recorded in the main text of the publication (numbers of bibliographic records of works devoted to individual persons are enclosed in parentheses). The book contains photographs of Eugen Ehrlich and photographs of materials linked to his life and activities. They have made the bibliographic index more attractive and more interesting for readers. The Index can help users find necessary documents and verify the accuracy of existing information, that it becomes a prerequisite for further research, and finally, it will be useful to all who are interested in Eugen Ehrlich’s life journey and scientific legacy.

Eugen Ehrlich

The book contains photographs of Eugen Ehrlich and photographs of materials linked to his life and activities. They have made the bibliographic index more attractive and more interesting for readers.

Eugen Ehrlich

Author: Sergiy Nezhurbida

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 9781622734849

Page: 376

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With an introduction by Manfred Rehbinder. The Bibliographic Index EUGEN EHRLICH is a guide through available materials containing information about the life, scientific, educational, legislative and social activities of the Austrian lawyer and university professor in the period of 1896-1918. Eugen Ehrlich was the Dean in 1901-1902 and 1908-1909 and the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law in 1902-1903 and 1909-1910, the Vice-Rector in 1907-1908, and the Rector of Franz Joseph University in Czernowitz in 1906-1907 (now Ukrainian: Chernivtsi). Moreover, ex officio, he was a member of the local parliament. The Index includes the foreword of the compilers, an introductory article, a selected basic chronology with the dates of the life and work of Eugen Ehrlich, and the four main structural parts: "List of works by Eugen Ehrlich," "Eugen Ehrlich as editor," "Literature about Eugen Ehrlich's life and activity" and "Appendices: Documents from Chernivtsi University Scientific Library holdings." "List of works by Eugen Ehrlich," "Periodicals with Eugen Ehrlich's publications," "List of used periodicals," and "Name index" are all provided for the convenience of users. The "Name index" includes all the names recorded in the main text of the publication (numbers of bibliographic records of works devoted to individual persons are enclosed in parentheses). The book contains photographs of Eugen Ehrlich and photographs of materials linked to his life and activities. They have made the bibliographic index more attractive and more interesting for readers. The Index can help users find necessary documents and verify the accuracy of existing information, that it becomes a prerequisite for further research, and finally, it will be useful to all who are interested in Eugen Ehrlich's life journey and scientific legacy.

Encyclopedia of Philosophy

The Encyclopedia's more than 2000 signed entries each include a bibliography.
Appearing in Volume 10 are substantive lists of philosophic dictionaries and
encyclopedias, relevant journals, and bibliographic monographs.

Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Author: Donald M. Borchert

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780028660981

Page: 672

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This volume includes an appendix, containing entries from "Albert the Great" to "Xenophon," a thematic outline of contents, bibliographies, and an index to the reference set.