Jakob von Uexküll

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    Jakob von Uexküll

    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jakob Johann von Uexküll (8 September 1864 - 25 July 1944) was a Baltic German biologist who worked in the fields of muscular physiology, animal behaviour studies, and the cybernetics of life. However, his most notable contribution is the notion of umwelt, used by semiotician Thomas Sebeok. His works established Biosemiotics. Jakob von Uexküll was born in Keblaste Manor, Mihkli Parish (now Mihkli village, Koonga Parish, Pärnu County) in Estonia. According to Giorgio Agamben, Uexküll was a baron before his family lost most of their fortune in World War I, although Uexküll managed to retain a villa on Capri where the critic, historian and philosopher Walter Benjamin stayed for some time. Needing to support himself, Uexküll took a job as professor at the University of Hamburg where he founded the Institut für Umweltforschung.
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    Alphascript Publishing
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    9786138115564
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