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Wilhelm Max Wundt (1832–1920)

Wundt, Wilhelm Max (vönt). A distinguished German physiologist and philosopher; born at Neckarau, Baden, Aug. 16, 1832; died in 1920. He was professor of philosophy at Leipsic after 1875. His works include: ‘Science of Muscular Motion’ (1858); ‘Manual of Human Physiology’ (4th ed. 1878); ‘Ethics’ (2d ed. 1892); ‘The Human and the Animal Soul’ (2d ed. 1892; in English, 1894); ‘Logic’ (2d ed. 1892–95); ‘Elements of Physiological Psychology’ (4th ed. 1893); ‘System of Philosophy’ (2d ed. 1897); ‘Outline of Psychology’ (2d ed. 1897; in English, 1894); ‘Folk-psychology’ (1900).