Klaus Michael Meyer-Abich

Klaus Michael Meyer-Abich was born in 1936 and studied physics and philosophy under Carl Friedrich von Weizäcker. He is professor emeritus of natural philosophy at Essen University, sits on several of the German parliament’s enquiry committees, and was formerly Hamburg’s senator for science and research (1984–1987). He was awarded the Theodor Heuss Prize in 1987.


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What Does It Really Mean to Be Healthy?

What Does It Really Mean to Be Healthy?

A health system worth its name would prevent illness, not treat it
Our health care system is in actual fact a sickness system. This book calls for a return to humane, ...

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What Does it Really Mean to Be Healthy?

What Does it Really Mean to Be Healthy?

Our healthcare system is in actual fact a sickness system. This book calls for a return to humane, affordable medical treatment.

Although modern medicine can perform miracles, it is at ...

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The Unity of Nature - The Design of History

The Unity of Nature - The Design of History

Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker is one of the most distinguished and provocative thinkers of the 20th century, whose lifework spans pure science, politics, religion and ethics. This book, ...

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Bibliographie

1979 Energie
1982 (Hg.) Weizsäcker
1984 Frieden mit der Natur
1992 Aufstand für die Natur
1997 (Hg., mit Krohn) Einheit der Natur
2010 Philosophie der Medizin