Albert Schweitzer: a Study of His Philosophy of Life
G. Braziller, 1960 - 119 pages
Brief study of the humaitarian's philosophy of life, attempting to answer the question, "Is Schweitzer a Christian?" Originally written in Norwegian on the occasion of the Nobel Prize award.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE NORWEGIAN
INTRODUCTION TO THE ENGLISH EDITION
Albert Schweitzers Views of Religion
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