Albert Schweitzer – A Self-Portrait (Albert Schweitzer, Speaking In German). Label: Caedmon Records – TC 1335.
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. Public health non-profit focused on improving health, developing leaders and creating change. Thought to have been destroyed, they were found by Rhena Schweitzer Miller only long after her parents’ deaths. The Schweitzer Album This 176-page Portrait in Words and Pictures published in 1965 includes archival photographs of Dr. Schweitzer’s childhood and family, as well as Erica Anderson’s later photos, including many in color. Her photographs are complemented by her own reflections about Dr. Schweitzer and his hospital, as well as numerous Schweitzer quotations.
Adam and charles black. From the portrait by hans buhler. His work and his philosophy. Schweitzer lives the life of self-surrender and it is just this which characterises him above all else. 1 Civilization and Ethics, p. 169.
Albert Schweitzer (14 January 1875 – 4 September 1965) was a German philosopher, philanthropist, physician, theologian, missionary, and musicologist who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952. Let me give you a definition of ethics: It is good to maintain and further life - it is bad to damage and destroy life. And this ethic, profound and universal, has the significance of a religion. As quoted in Albert Schweitzer : The Man and His Mind (1947) by George Seaver, p. 366.
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Marcel Rieder Albert Schweitzer, signed dated with self-portrait (in self-portrait) and large extra inscription 1909 charcoal ~ important drawing 17 x 21 inches, of this Nobel Laureate; with to the right of the depiction a self-portrait with initials of the artist, Marcel Rieder; a very well listed artist, and with an extra inscription in French reading: A Albert Schweitzer.
Photo from the Nobel Foundation archive. Albert Schweitzer The Nobel Peace Prize 1952. Born: 14 January 1875, Kaysersberg, Germany (now France) (now France). Died: 4 September 1965, Lambaréné, Gabon. Schweitzer was born in Alsace in the then German Empire. He studied theology and became a priest, but that was not enough. He wanted to alleviate suffering, and accordingly studied medicine. Together with his wife, who was a nurse, he built and ran a hospital at the mission station Lambarene in Gabon, a French colony at the time. This effort became an example to others. Albert Schweitzer was also a gifted musician and interpreter of Bach. He gave numerous organ concerts in Europe to finance the hospital in Africa. To cite this section MLA style: Albert Schweitzer – Facts.
Albert Schweitzer, OM (14 January 1875 – 4 September 1965) was an Alsatian theologian, organist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician. A Lutheran, Schweitzer challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by the historical-critical method current at this time, as well as the traditional Christian view
Albert Schweitzer (left) as a 17-year-old grammar-school student with a friend, in 1892. 4. Albert Schweitzer (second from left) on a bike tour, 1893. OUP Corrected proof – final, 6/9/2016, spi.
|A1||Autobiography: Childhood, Education And Preparation For Work In Africa||11:37|
|A2||At The Hospital In Lambarene||9:43|
|A3||Building The Leprosarium In Lambarene||5:21|
|B2||Das Verhalten Des Menschen Zur Kreatur||8:44|
|B3||Los Von Der Gesinnung Der Unmenschlichkeit, Los Von Den Atomwaffen||10:51|
- Cover – Charles Churchward
- Liner Notes – Norman Cousins
- Recorded By – Erica Anderson
- Speech – Albert Schweitzer