Universität Heidelberg Receives Transcripts of Lectures by Karl Jaspers

The two notebooks come from the Jewish philosophy student Eva Hildesheimer, who left Germany to flee National Socialism

Eva Hildesheimer
Eva Hildesheimer

The Heidelberg University Archives have received transcripts of two lectures by the philosopher Karl Jaspers from 1932 and 1933. They came from the Jewish student Eva Hildesheimer, who had to abandon her studies in 1933 and left Germany when the National Socialists came to power. The two notebooks, each containing around 50 pages, were presented to the Rector of Heidelberg University, Frauke Melchior, by her son Giora Teltsch at a small ceremony. ...

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