Thure von Uexküll
Thure von Üxküll (March 15, 1908, Heidelberg – September 29, 2004, Freiburg) was a German scholar of psychosomatic medicine and biosemiotics. He has developed the approach of his father, Jakob von Uexküll, in the study of living systems and applied it in medicine.
- Director of the Medical Outpatient Department at the University of Giessen
- Director of the Department of Internal Medicine and Psychosomatics at the University of Ulm
Honorary Doctor of the University of Tartu (1994)
- Der Sinn des Lebens (with Jakob von Uexküll). Godesberg: H.Küpper (1947).
- Psychosomatic Medicine. München: Urban & Schwarzenberg (1997).
- Theorie der Humanmedizin (with Wolfgang Wesiack). München: Urban & Schwarzenberg (1998).
- Martin Krampen 2004. Thure von Uexküll - Arzt, Wissenschaftler, Semiotiker. Zeitschrift für Semiotik 26(3/4): 421-428.
- Kalevi Kull; Jesper Hoffmeyer 2005. Thure von Uexküll 1908–2004. Sign Systems Studies 33(2): 487–494.
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