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(shwīt′sər, shvīt′-), Albert 1875-1965.
French philosopher, physician, and musician who founded (1913) and spent much of his life at a missionary hospital in present-day Gabon. He won the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize.
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For more information on the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, including requirements and deadlines to submit applications, visit www.
The legacy of Albert Schweitzer is also understanding the fact that world is a value within its entire multidimensionality and interdependency.
For example, in 2010, management of the disease at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital cost an estimated 554-1,660 euros per person, not including drug costs (7).
Albert Schweitzer was born on January 14, 1875, in Kayserberg, Upper Alsace, Germany (now the Haut-Rhin department in France).
Albert Schweitzer, The Quest of the Historical Jesus: A Critical Study of its Progress from Reimarus to Wrede, trans.
It was Albert Schweitzer who asked questions about the search itself.
Steinbruck, whose theological allegiances are with Albert Schweitzer and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, can thunder with the best of them about the cruelties of governmental policies that push people into the streets.
Its founder has died, but with the help of Sarasota's Grant Foundation, Hospital Albert Schweitzer lives on.
Charles-Marie Widor, organist of Saint-Sulpice in Paris for more than six decades and the most important composer of organ music of his generation, had two students who themselves became legends: Albert Schweitzer and Marcel Dupre.
Another, he says, is epitomized by spiritual figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, and Jesus Christ: "I defy anyone to tell me they're not more successful than the Donald Trumps of the world.
Cousins wrote on a variety of subjects, including a biography of Albert Schweitzer and a book of reflections on humanity in the atomic age, Modern Man Is Obsolete (1945).
Albert Schweitzer was a noted musician and philosopher.