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KLEIN, ADOLPH:

German medical author; born at Merseburg-on-the-Saale May 18, 1829. He was educated at Leipsic (M.D. 1851), and practised medicine at Königsberg from 1859 to 1870. In the latter year he adopted a journalistic career, becoming successively editor of a large number of papers, among them "Das Rothe Kreuz," "Deutsche Frauenblätter," "Berliner Eisenbahn-Zeitung," and "Gross-Lichterfelder Wegweiser." Most of Klein's contributions to literature have been on medical and sociological topics. His more important writings are: "Anthropologie und Makrobiotik"; "Ueberwindung des Wissenschaftlichen Materialismus"; "Philosophie und Anthropologie"; "Der Chemisch-Mechanische Theil des Menschlichen Organismus und Seine Lebenskraft"; "Geheimnissvolle Funktionen der Sympathischen Ganglien"; "Die Magnetischen Funktionen des Eisengehaltes im Blute"; "Die Geistbewusste Persönlichkeit und Ihre Unvergänglichkeit als Weltprinzip"; "Wissenschaftliche Beiträge zum Hypnotismus"; "Religions-Einigung"; "Weshalb Theologie, Materialismus und Spiritualismus in Bezug auf das Menschenräthsel zu FalschenSchlüssen Gelangen?"; "Sozialpolitische Beiträge zur Judenfrage."

A few of his works, of marked liberal tendencies, have been printed in New York under the pseudonym "Dr. Nielk Floda."

Bibliography:
  • Das Geistige Berlin, i. 244-245, Berlin, 1897.
S. I. G. D.
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