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    The Ever-Present Origin.Jean Gebser & Algis Mickunas - 1984 - Ohio University Press.
    This English translation of Gebser’s major work, Ursprung und Gegenwart (Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlag, 1966), offers certain fundamental insights which should be beneficial to any sensitive scientist and makes it available to the English-speaking world for the recognition it deserves. “The path which led Gebser to his new and universal perception of the world is, briefly, as follows. In the wake of materialism and social change, man had been described in the early years of our century as the “dead end” of (...)
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  2. Der unsichtbare Ursprung.Jean Gebser - 1970 - Freiburg i. Br.,: Walter.
     
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    Ein Mensch zu sein: Betrachtungen über die Formen der menschlichen Beziehungen.Jean Gebser - 1974 - München: Francke.
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    Ever Present Origin: Part One: Foundations of the Aperspectival World.Jean Gebser, Noel Barstad & Algis Mickunas - 1986 - Ohio University Press.
    Born in Posen in 1905, Jean Gebser came from an old Franconian family domiciled in Thuringia since 1236. A nephew of German chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg, he was a descendant on his mother's side of Luther's friend Melanchthon. He was educated in Breslau, Konigsberg, Rossleben, and at the University of Berlin. In 1929 Gebser emigrated to Italy and subsequently lived in Spain where he was attached to the Ministry of Education of the Spanish Republic. From 1937-1939 he lived in Paris in (...)
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    Verfall und Teilhabe.Jean Gebser - 1974 - Salzburg,: O. Müller.
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    Verfall und Teilhabe.Jean Gebser - 1974 - Salzburg,: O. Müller.
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