Ars moriendi: Lern endlich zu sterben (in German)



Thursday, 29. September 2005 | 14:30 Uhr

Speaker

Prof. em. Alois Haas

Organisation

Präsident der Schweizerischen Paracelsus-Gesellschaft

Reporting

Prof. Alois Haas spricht über die Endlichkeit des Lebens und den verkrampften Umgang der heutigen Gesellschaft mit Sterben.

Prof. em. Alois Haas

Alois M. Haas wurde am 23. Februar 1934 in Zürich geboren. Studium der Germanistik, Philosophie und Geschichte in Zürich, Berlin, Paris, München. Promotion zum Dr. phil. 1963 in Zürich. Habilitation im Fachgebiet Germanistik 1969. 1969-1971 Associate Professor an der McGill University in Montreal. Ab 1971 außerordentlicher, ab 1974 ordentlicher Professor für deutsche Literaturgeschichte von den Anfängen bis 1700 in Zürich. 1978 Dr. theol. h.c. von der Theologischen Fakultät der Universität Freiburg i.Ü. 1988-1989 Fellow am Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin. Seit 1989 Präsident der Schweizerischen Paracelsus-Gesellschaft.

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