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These volumes represent part of a series, conceived by a German publisher, to present the knowledge and thought of the period. The essays are written by the men who have made the advances and discoveries recorded. The series on philosophy consists of four volumes. In the present two volumes, noted physicians of Germany give brief autobiographies and follow with statements of their contributions to medical science and their opinions as to the eventual value of such contributions in relation to the growth of medicine. There is naturally some unevenness in presentation, but all of the papers are of interest, coming as they do from men who have reached the heights in their work. Particularly noteworthy, because of their literary style, are the contributions of Wilhelm Roux and Felix Marchand.
Die Medizin der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen: Hoche: Kümmell: Marchand: Martius: Roux: Wiedersheim. JAMA. 1923;81(13):1137. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650130075037
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