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  1. Albert Schweitzer: A Biography (The Albert Schweitzer Library) by James Brabazon, 2000-10
  2. The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer, 2010-03-16
  3. Out of My Life and Thought: An Autobiography by Albert Schweitzer, 2009-06-11
  4. Albert Schweitzer: Essential Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters) by James Brabazon, 2005-10-31
  5. The Philosophy of Civilization: Part I, the Decay and the Restoration of Civilization : Part Ii, Civilization and Ethics by Albert Schweitzer, C. T. Campion, 1987-09
  6. The Mystery of the Kingdom of God: The Secret of Jesus' Messiahship and Passion by Albert Schweitzer, 2010-03-31
  7. Reverence for Life: The Ethics of Albert Schweitzer for the Twenty-First Century
  8. Albert Schweitzer, Christian revolutionary by George Seaver, 1955
  9. Albert Schweitzer: Reverence for Life - The inspiring words of a great humanitarian (Hallmark editions) by Albert Schweitzer, 1971
  10. J S Bach 2 Volumes by Albert Schweitzer, 1962
  11. The Words of Albert Schweitzer (Newmarket "Words Of" Series) by Norman Cousins, 1999-06-17
  12. Animals, Nature, and Albert Schweitzer
  13. The Mysticism of Paul the Apostle (The Albert Schweitzer Library) by Albert Schweitzer, 1998-11-09
  14. The Psychiatric Study of Jesus Exposition and Criticism by Schweitzer Albert, 1948

1. Schweitzer Albert Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com
Research Schweitzer Albert and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
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2. Schweitzer, Albert (Schenker Documents Online)
Schweitzer, Albert (born Kayserberg, Alsace, Jan 14, 1875; died Lambar n , Gabon, Sept 4, 1965), Alsatian organist, writer on music, especially that of J. S. Bach, also
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Schweitzer, Albert
Schweitzer, Albert (born Kayserberg, Alsace, Jan 14, 1875; died Lambaréné, Gabon, Sept 4, 1965), Alsatian organist, writer on music, especially that of J. S. Bach, also theologian, philosopher, and medical doctor. Schweitzer studied organ playing under Widor in Paris, and music theory under Heinrich Bellermann in Strasbourg. He was a crucial figure in the new movement toward historical organ building in the early 20th century, with an important article presented to the IMG in 1909. He spent much of his life from 1913 on at the missionary hospital that he founded in Lambaréné, in Africa. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952. His best-known book on music is J. S. Bach, le musicien-poète (Leipzig, 1905); German translation, greatly enlarged, as J. S. Bach (1908). This work is much concerned with interpretation and issues of authentic performance. Schweitzer also, with others, produced a complete edition of Bach's organ works (1912-14, 1954-67). Schweitzer and Schenker Schenker knew Schweitzer's book in the German translation from its publication in 1908 (a copy of the 1922 edition was in his private library at his death), and quoted from it not infrequently: in

3. Schweitzer, Albert, Gabon, Reformed
Schweitzer, Albert 1875 to 1965 Reformed Gabon German theologian, musician, philosopher and missionary doctor. After receiving a doctorate in philosophy (1899) he achieved
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Schweitzer, Albert 1875 to 1965 Reformed Gabon
German theologian, musician, philosopher and missionary doctor. After receiving a doctorate in philosophy (1899) he achieved world recognition for his organ interpretations of J. S. Bach and his studies of the life of Bach (1905) and Jesus (1906). In 1905 he entered medical school with the aim of becoming a missionary doctor, graduating in 1913. With his nurse-wife he established a hospital at Lambarn on the Ogoou (Ogowe) River in French-ruled Gabon. He was forced to evacuate the hospital during World War 1. He returned to Germany and published a number of philosophical works. In 1924 he went back to Gabon to resume his medical work. Although considered eccentric and paternalistic by some, he won international acclaim for his work and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1954. Mark R. Lipschutz and R. Kent Rasmussen

4. Albert Schweitzer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Schweitzer, Albert Alternative names Short description German theologian, musician, philosopher, and physician Date of birth 14 January 1875 (187501-14)
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Albert Schweitzer
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the documentary film, see Albert Schweitzer (film) Albert Schweitzer
Born 14 January 1875
Kaysersberg
Alsace-Lorraine Germany (now Haut-Rhin , France) Died
Lambaréné
Gabon
Nationality German (1875–1919), French (1919–1965) Fields Medicine, music, philosophy theology Music, Philanthropy, Theology Notable awards Goethe Prize
Nobel Peace Prize
Albert Schweitzer Alsatian theologian organist philosopher , and physician . He was born in Kaysersberg in the province of Alsace-Lorraine , in the German Empire . Schweitzer challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by historical-critical methodology current at his time in certain academic circles, as well as the traditional Christian view, depicting a Jesus Christ who expected and predicted the imminent end of the world. He received the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize for his philosophy of " Reverence for Life expressed in many ways, but most famously in founding and sustaining the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambaréné , now in Gabon , west central Africa (then French Equatorial Africa). As a music scholar and organist, he studied the music of German composer

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6. Albert Schweitzer Collection
List of resources at Stephens College plus links to information about the life and works of the renowned humanitarian and Nobel Prize winner.
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Nestled in the northeast corner on the fourth floor of the Hugh Stephens Library, the Albert Schweitzer Area offers a comfortable and quiet area for study and reflection. The many volumes of the Albert Schweitzer Collection are conveniently gathered in the area for easy access.
While library users are welcome to use the area at any time, the space is also available for small gatherings and special events. Special events should be coordinated with the Stephens College Master Calendar.
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7. Albert Schweitzer - Welcome
This site is dedicated to keeping alive Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s philosophy of Reverence for Life, and also the story of its founder and the way in which he discovered this
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Reverence for Life This site is dedicated to keeping alive Dr. Albert Schweitzers philosophy of Reverence for Life , and also the story of its founder and the way in which he discovered this philosophy and demonstrated it in his own life.
"Reverence for Life" says that the only thing we are really sure of is that we live and want to go on living. This is something that we share with everything else that lives, from elephants to blades of grass and, of course, every human being. So we are brothers and sisters to all living things, and owe to all of them the same care and respect, that we wish for ourselves.
Schweitzer himself said that his hospital was an improvisation, and that the most important part of his legacy was his philosophy. Much of his thought has already spread throughout the world, in the form of ecological movements and the ethical considerations arising out of economic activity and scientific discovery. But the tough and realistic way in which he thought about life, and also lived his thought, is something that the world still sorely needs.
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8. Schweitzer, Albert - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Albert Schweitzer. Nationality German Activity AlsatianGerman theologian and physician. Born 14-01-1875 Died 04-09-1965
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9. PCI Home Page Redirect
This site is about Dr. Albert Schweitzer, the humanitarian, theologian, missionary, organist, and medical doctor.
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10. Schweitzer, Albert - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Schweitzer, Albert (1875–1965) Protestant theologian, organist, and missionary surgeon. He founded the hospital at Lambar n in Gabon in 1913, giving organ recitals to support
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11. Quotes Database
Quotation Search Results Author Schweitzer, Albert As we acquire more knowledge, things do not become more comprehensible, but more
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12. Albert Einstein In The World Wide Web
Eine Biographie des deutschen, vor allem in Afrika t tigen Mediziners.
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13. Albert Schweitzer - Biography
Schweitzer, Albert, Cultural Philosophy I The Decay and the Restoration of Civilization. (Kulturphilosophie I Verfall und Wiederaufbau der Kultur.
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Biography
Albert Schweitzer (January 14, 1875-September 4, 1965) was born into an Alsatian family which for generations had been devoted to religion, music, and education. His father and maternal grandfather were ministers; both of his grandfathers were talented organists; many of his relatives were persons of scholarly attainments.
Schweitzer entered into his intensive theological studies in 1893 at the University of Strasbourg where he obtained a doctorate in philosophy in 1899, with a dissertation on the religious philosophy of Kant, and received his licentiate in theology in 1900. He began preaching at St. Nicholas Church in Strasbourg in 1899; he served in various high ranking administrative posts from 1901 to 1912 in the Theological College of St.Thomas, the college he had attended at the University of Strasbourg. In 1906 he published The Quest of the Historical Jesus , a book on which much of his fame as a theological scholar rests.

14. Schweitzer, Albert: Baker's Student Encyclopedia Of Music
famous Alsatian theologian, philosopher, medical missionary, organist, and music scholar; b. Kaysersberg, Jan. 14, 1875; d. Lambarene, Gabon, Sept. 4, 1965.
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15. Schweitzer, Albert Definition Of Schweitzer, Albert In The Free Online Encyclope
Schweitzer, Albert ( l`bĕrt shvī`tsər), 1875–1965, Alsatian theologian, musician, and medical missionary. Determined to become a medical missionary, he obtained a doctorate in
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16. Schweitzer (Albert) Elementary - Carmichael, California
Schweitzer (Albert) Elementary in Carmichael California from Public Schools Report.
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Location Address: 4350 Glenridge Dr. Carmichael, California 95608 Phone Number: 9168672094 Mailing Address: 4350 Glenridge Dr. Carmichael, CA 95608 Basic School Information Operating Agency Name San Juan Unified State Agency ID School Type Regular School State School ID Operational Status School is operational FIPS County Number County Sacramento Locale Urban Fringe of a Large City Location Relative to Town Limits School Classroom Information Classroom Teachers Title I Eligible School? Not Title I Eligible School School Level Primary School School-wide Title I School Lowest Grade Offered KG Magnet School? Not a Magnet School School Highest Grade Offered Charter School Not a Charter School Free Lunch Eligible Students Reduced-price Lunch Eligible Students Total Free and Reduced Lunch Students Migrant Students Total Students Student Teacher Ratio Schweitzer (Albert) Elementary Students by Grade Prekindergarten Students 7th Grade Students Kindergarten Students 8th Grade Students 1st Grade Students 9th Grade Students 2nd Grade Students 10th Grade Students 3rd Grade Students 11th Grade Students 4th Grade Students 12th Grade Students 5th Grade Students Ungraded Students 6th Grade Students Total Students Schweitzer (Albert) Elementary Students by Race

17. Schweitzer, Albert - Astro-Databank, Albert Schweitzer Horoscope, Born 14 Januar
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Albert Schweitzer born on 14 January 1875 Kaysersburg, Germany
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Jump to: navigation search Albert Schweitzer natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Albert Schweitzer Name Schweitzer, Albert Gender : M born on 14 January 1875 at 23:50 (= 11:50 PM ) Place Kaysersburg, Germany, Timezone LMT m7e15 (is local mean time) Data source Quoted BC/BR Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Albert Schweitzer to 'my astro'
Biography
German humanitarian, philosopher, physician, musician, clergyman, missionary and writer who was brilliant in each field. With a creed based on a reverence for life, during his lifetime he was called the true Christian of his time and the "world’s greatest living nonpolitical person." He was the subject of an Oscar-winning documentary, appeared on the cover of Time magazine and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in November 1953. Schweitzer was born and raised in Alsace, the second child and first son of a minister. As a kid, he ignored schoolwork, dreaming about God and nature and pondering the place of man in a sort of idealistic, stubborn reverie. Upon finding that some of these answers were in books, he discovered Jesus, Goethe, Nietzsche and more, turning into a first rank student as an adolescent. By the time he was 25, he had earned not one but two doctorates, in philosophy and theology and was a minister in the Lutheran church. At age 30, Schweitzer enrolled in medical school in Strasbourg and had his medical degree eight years later. He was accepted by a Paris-based missionary organization to do medical work and in March 1913, he and his supportive new wife, Helene, headed for French Equatorial Africa (later the nation of Gabon). Their new home was primitive, with damp heat that enervated every day and every action. Insects swarmed and the food was abysmal. Injury, pain, disease and death were part of the life of the villager’s life and they were inundated with cases of skin disease, malaria, leprosy, dysentery, tuberculosis and diseases.

18. Schweitzer, Albert In English - Dictionary And Translation
Schweitzer, Albert. Dictionary terms for Schweitzer, Albert in English, English definition for Schweitzer, Albert, Thesaurus and Translations of Schweitzer, Albert to English.
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