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Münsterberg

[ moon-ster-burg; German myn-stuhr-berk ]
/ ˈmʊn stərˌbɜrg; German ˈmün stərˌbɛrk /
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Hu·go [hyoo-goh; German hoo-goh], /ˈhyu goʊ; German ˈhu goʊ/, 1863–1916, German psychologist and philosopher in the U.S.

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Example sentences from the Web for Münsterberg

  • They nevertheless resolved to give him battle, and marched to Munsterberg, where he had formed an intrenched camp.

  • The monarchy of Germany, Munsterberg says, appeals to the moral personality and the æsthetic imagination.

  • Doctor O. Munsterberg, in an interesting study, has advanced the view that in its origin art is nothing but realism.

  • So far the Munsterberg school has overlooked it—but the canny Parisians have not.

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British Dictionary definitions for Münsterberg

Münsterberg
/ (ˈmʊnstəˌbɜːɡ) /

noun

Hugo. 1863–1916, German psychologist, in the US from 1897, noted for his pioneering work in applied psychology
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