1922 Encyclopædia Britannica/Wundt, Wilhelm Max

WUNDT, WILHELM MAX (1832-1920), German philosopher (see 28.855), died at Leipzig Sept. 1 1920. His principal work was done before 1907. At the outset of the World War he published an address justifying Germany, and his Die Nationen und ihre Philosophen (1915) eulogizes German thought and culture whilst belittling those of England and France.