Stöhr, Adolf

PHILOSOPHER, PSYCHOLOGIST (AUSTRIA)
BORN 24 Feb 1855, St. Pölten, Niederösterreich - DIED 26 Feb 1921, Wien
GRAVE LOCATION Wien: Döblinger Friedhof, Hartäckerstraße 65 (Gruppe MO, Nummer 91)

Adolf Stöhr studied law and philosophy in Vienna and worked as a philosophy teacher in Vienna from 1885 to 1901 and as a professor from 1901 to 1921. He was the director of the psychological laboratory of the Volksuniversität of Vienna.

He was an admirer of Ernst Mach and his most prominent follower was Felix Cleve. He was the promotor of the novelist Erwin Guido Kohlmeyer in 1904.

In 1910 he published "Lehrbuch der Logik in psycholisierender Darstellung". In 1917 "Psychologie" was published, in which he summarized decaded of research in which he had applied work by Mach.

Related persons
• admired Mach, Ernst

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The grave of Adolf Stöhr at the Döblinger Friedhof, Vienna.
Picture by Androom (19 Aug 2007)

 


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Published: 5 Jun 2011
Last update: 10 Oct 2017