The Culture and History of Science Page
"...the essential form of knowledge [...] is nothing but a representation of truth:
for the truth of being and the truth of knowing are one,
differing no more than the direct beam and the beam reflected."
Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning. 1605
This cumulative index of about
800 writers on the theory, history, and culture of science and the humanities
offers a particularly rich selection of biographical and bibliographical information
about German-language authors that may be hard to trace outside Europe. Suggestions
for additions and corrections are always welcome. Keep up to date by having
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The Bio-bibliographical Directory was discontinued and moved off-line in 2007. It is still referenced in many directories around the world.
Hartmut Krech: Bio-bibliographical
Directory to Writers on the Theory, History, and Culture of Science and the
(Copyright Dr. Hartmut Krech 1998-2007)
Entire Text (HTML, about 445 KB)
Letters A – H (HTML, about 195 KB)
Letters I – P (HTML, about 125 KB)
Letters Q – Z (HTML, about 131 KB)