Walther

Walther is a masculine given name. It is a German form of Walter, which is derived from the Old High German Walthari, containing the elements wald "rule" and hari - "army, warrior".

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Balthasar Walther - Biography
... Born in Liegnitz, Silesia, Walther attended the University of Frankfurt/Oder where he studied medicine ... Intensely interested in magic and kabbalistic wisdom, early in his life Walther collected several magical tracts, the manuscripts of which survive in European libraries to this day ... his acquaintance with kabbalistic and magical teachings, between 1597 and 1599 Walther traveled to Africa and the Holy Land in order to learn at the feet of Jewish and Arab practitioners ...
Walther - Companies
... Walther arms - German manufacturer of arms. ...
Social Information Processing (theory) - Criticisms
... Even though Walther proposes that users of computer-mediated communication (CMC) have the same interpersonal needs met as those communicating face-to-face (FtF), he proposes that the lack of visual cues inherent in ... Furthermore, many of Walther's initial hypotheses relied on the assumption that positive social behaviors would be greater in face-to-face interactions than those in CMC ... In a 1995 study, Walther used this hypothesis but added that any initial differences in socialness between the two media would disappear in time ...
Balthasar Walther - Works By Walther
... A complete bibliography of Walther's printed works can be found in a recent article ... as his enthusiasm for kabbalistic and magical tracts, Walther himself only composed two major works, neither of which reflected these interests to any great ... by Jakob Böhme, was inspired by 40 questions proposed to the philosopher by Walther himself concerning the nature of the human soul ...
Augustin Friedrich Walther
... Augustin Friedrich Walther (October 26, 1688 – October 12, 1746) was a German anatomist, botanist and physician who was a native of Wittenberg ... He was the son of theologian Michael Walther the Younger (1638–1692) ... and has several medical and anatomical terms named after him, including "Walther's dilator" An instrument used for dilation of the female urethra ...