By Abraham, Karl; Sanfeli Isabel; Walters, Kate
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Life opposed reason; synthesis opposed analytical disaggregation; imagination opposed consciousness … and so the current era was born, in which ˝the European soldiers began digging the grave of the modern man between the Seine and the Rhine˝ (Entralgo, 1954, p. 499). Social and cultural aspects Let us explore this period from a different angle. Berlin was founded in 1237, but it was years before a true city emerged. Decimated by the plague and the Thirty Years War, it began to flourish when Friedrich Wilhelm Brandenburg began his rule in 1640.
499). Social and cultural aspects Let us explore this period from a different angle. Berlin was founded in 1237, but it was years before a true city emerged. Decimated by the plague and the Thirty Years War, it began to flourish when Friedrich Wilhelm Brandenburg began his rule in 1640. Later, during the Imperial Germany of Friedrich II (Friedrich the Great), the King of Prussia and under Wilhelm II, defined by Sigmund Freud as “the incurable romantic”, it began taking shape in terms of population, buildings, and monuments.
A small note in Alpina, the daily newspaper of the Swiss alpine clubs, comments that on 29 July 1905, Doctor Abraham with a guide, had climbed and crossed for the first time the Daelli Point, and from there had reached the other unnamed peak. ) On that occasion the phrase was said by one guide to another when they were about to eat fresh meat (which had already gone off after the long hike) that they had taken with them on a particularly hot day; more prudently, Karl had taken a large amount of tinned food.