Author:Albrecht von Haller

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Albrecht von Haller

Swiss naturalist, anatomist, physiologist, and poet

Albrecht von Haller


  • Dr. Albert Haller's physiology, 1754 IA
  • Dissertation on the sensible and irritable parts of animals, 1755 IA
  • Pathological observations, chiefly from dissections of morbid bodies, 1756 IA
  • First lines of physiology, 1779 IA
  • Letters from Baron Haller to his daughter: on the truths of the Christian religion. 1780 IA
  • Anatomical description of the arteries of the human body, 1813 IA
  • The moderate monarchy, 1849 IA
  • Chronic infectious diseases and Diseases of the liver and portal vein, with the chapter relating to interstitial pneumonia in "Cyclopædia of the practice of medicine", 1874 IA

Works about Haller[edit]

  • The life and doctrines of Haller, 1867 short work IA
  • Albert von Haller by E. G., 1878-01 in Nature IA
  • Baron von Haller by Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1891 short work IA
  • The rise of physiology. in "Biology and its makers" by William Albert Locy, 1908 IA
  • The influence of Haller upon Schiller's early poems by Margarethe Caroline Hochdoerfer, 1909 IA
  • Albert von Haller and the Disputationes chirurgicae selectae by D'Arcy Power, 1926 IA
  • The Conflict Between The Religious And The Scientific Views of Albert Von Haller by Margarethe Caroline Hochdoerfer, 1932 IA
  • "Haller, Albrecht von," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)

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