M4: Visit to the library Werner Oechslin

M4: Visit to the library Werner Oechslin

The students of the MAS had the opportunity to visit the Werner Oechslin library in Einsiedeln. They were received by the Dr. Oechslin who gave a spontaneous lecture. One of the topics of聽 discussions was the importance of lenguages such as Latin and Greek to have access to the knowledge contained on those books. This is an abstract of the history of the library: The beginnings of the Werner Oechslin Library reach back to a time when the study of source texts and their validation... Read More

19.01.2011 / Werner Oechslin (Video)

19.01.2011 / Werner Oechslin (Video)

Werner Oechslin, Household of Things. Presentation at II Methalithicum Klausur, Einsiedeln Werner Oechslin studied art history, archeology, philosophy and mathematics in Zurich and Rome. From 1971 to 1974 he was assistant at the University of Zurich. Then, in 1975 and 1978 he taught at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. and in 1979 at the RISD in Providence. After a short period at the FU Berlin 1979/80, where in 1980 he qualified as a university lecturer (Habilitation), he went as professor... Read More