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February 2, 1907

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF CARL WEIGERT.

Author Affiliations

NEW YORK CITY.

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(5):412-415. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25220310036002
Abstract

The publication of the collected works of the great pathologic anatomist, Carl Weigert, is a notable event for the many persons interested in the progress of discovery and thought in medicine, for between the covers of these carefully edited volumes may be found the records of methods of investigation, of observations and of generalizations that are exerting a deep and lasting influence on medical science. This influence is the more remarkable because it emanates from a man who was singularly modest and gentle, unapt to contend for the prestige of his views—a man who spoke his message to science not from the vantage-ground of the authority that belongs to high academic rank but from the more obscure and independent focus of an unpretentious laboratory without university connections. So intimate is the relation between the character of this man and the work which he did that it seems fitting to sketch,

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