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Stein

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Author(s): Gerl-Falkovitz, Hanna-Barbara
[English Version] Stein, Edith (Teresia Benedicta a Cruce OCD; 12.10.1891 Breslau – 9.8.1942 Auschwitz), aus dt.-jüd. Familie; 1911 in Breslau Studium der Philos., Psychologie, Germanistik und Gesch., u.a. bei William Stern und Richard Hönigswald, 1913 in Göttingen bei E. Husserl, Adolf Reinach und M. Scheler; 1916 Promotion bei Husserl in Freiburg, bis 1918 dessen Assistentin; Konversion zum Katholizismus 1922; 1923–1931 Lehrerin für Deutsch und Gesch. in Speyer, zeitgleich Übers. von J.H. Newman …

Valla, Lorenzo

(421 words)

Author(s): Gerl-Falkovitz, Hanna-Barbara
[German Version] (De Valla, Vallati, Vallensis; 1405/1407 Rome – Aug 1, 1457, Rome). After studying humanae litterae with Giovanni Aurispara (1369–1459) and Leonardo Bruni (1370–1444), Valla occupied the chair of rhetoric at Pavia from 1431 to 1433. In 1435 he was appointed secretary and historian to Alfonso V of Aragón in Naples; in 1448 he was appointed apostolic secretary to Nicholas V and Callistus II. After 1450 he also served as professor of rhetoric in Rome. His fame rests on numerous translations and invectives, coupled with provocative employment of philology and ¶ rhetoric fo…

Valla

(335 words)

Author(s): Gerl-Falkovitz, Hanna-Barbara
[English Version] (De Valla, Vallati, Vallensis), Lorenzo (1405/1407 Rom – 1.8.1457 ebd.), Studium der humanae litterae bei Giovanni Aurispa (1369–1459) und Leonardo Bruni (1370–1444), 1431–1433 Lehrstuhl für Rhetorik in Pavia, ab 1435 Sekretär und Historiker bei Alfons V. von Aragón in Neapel, ab 1448 apostolischer Sekretär bei Nikolaus V. und Calixtus III. sowie zeitgleich ab 1450 Rhetorikprof. in Rom. V.s Ruhm beruht auf zahlreichen Übers. und Invektiven sowie auf dem provokanten Einsatz von Philol…

Stein, Edith (Saint)

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Author(s): Gerl-Falkovitz, Hanna-Barbara
[German Version] (Teresia Benedicta a Cruce OCD; Oct 12, 1891, Breslau [Wrocław] – Aug 9, 1942, Auschwitz), was born to a German Jewish family. In 1911 she began to study philosophy, psychology, Germanic philology, and history at Breslau; her teachers included William Stern and Richard Hönigswald. In 1913 she went to Göttingen to study with E. Husserl, Adolf Reinach, and M. Scheler. In 1916 she received her doctorate under Husserl at Freiburg, where she served as his teaching assistant until 1918.…