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thumb|Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, engraving by [[Ludwig Emil Grimm.]]
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (11 May 1752 – 22 January 1840) was a German physician, naturalist, physiologist, and anthropologist. He is considered to be a main founder of zoology and anthropology as comparative, scientific disciplines.Ilse Jahn, Rolf Löther, Konrad Senglaub (Pub.): Geschichte der Biologie. Jena 1985, p. 637. He was also important as a race theorist. Although he was once viewed as a proponent of scientific racism, he his now considered an early pioneer in what is now called anti-racism. Nicolaas Rupke, Gerhard Lauer (Pub.): Johann Friedrich Blumenbach: Race and Natural History, 1750–1850. London/New York: Routledge, 2019; here particularly the essays by Thomas Junker: Blumenbach’s theory of human races and the natural unity of humankind and Nicolaas Adrianus Rupke: The origins of scientific racism and Huxley’s Rule

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Uniform title: Uber den Bildungstrieb. English
by Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840
London : printed for T. Cadell; Faulder; Murray; and Creech, Edinburgh, [1792]
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Uniform title: Institutiones physiologicae. English
by Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840
Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no. 41, South Second-Street, M.DCC.XCV. [1795]
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Uniform title: Uber den Bildungstrieb. English
by Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840
London : printed for T. Cadell; Faulder; Murray; and Creech, Edinburgh, [1792]
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