Franz Johann Irsigler

[M.D. (Prague).]

1930

Irsigler, F.H. [sic]   "Die Wirkung intraperitonealer und peroraler Jodkaligaben auf die Rattenschilddrüse."  Beiträge zur pathologischen Anatomie und zur allgemeinen Pathologie (Jena), 85 (July 9, 1930):  221-240.

 

1931

Irsigler, F.J.  "Zur Klinik des Pseudomyxoma peritonei e processu veriformi." Zentralblatt für Chirurgie (Leipzig), 58 (February 14, 1931):  408-413.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Urämie nach Bluttransfusion."  Zentralblatt für Chirurgie (Leipzig) 58 (July 4, 1931):  2006-2016.

 

1932

Irsigler, F.J.  "Intravitale Isohämolyse nach Blutüberleitung bei gleichzeitiger Speicherung des Retikuloendothels.   Hämoglobinamische Nephrose." Deutsche Zeitschrift für Chirurgie (Berlin), 237 (1932):  80-96.

 

1933

Irsigler, F.J.  "Störungen des Zuckerstoffwechsels bei Sternzellenvergiftung."  Archiv für klinische Chirurgie 177 (1933):   708-715.

Schmidt, K.H., and F.J. Irsigler.  "Die motorische Arbeitsweise des Bulbus duodeni."  Archiv für klinische Chirurgie 178 (1933):  322-333.

 

1934

Irsigler, F.J.  "Über die Wirkung der Lugolschen Lösung auf die hyperund dysthyreotische Schildrüse." Deutsche Zeitschrift für Chirurgie (Berlin), 242 (1934):  689-705.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die Insulin-Traubenzucker-Wasserbelastung als Leberfunktionsprüfung bei Mastarmkrebskranken."  Deutsche Zeitschrift für Chirurgie 244 (1934):  101-121.

 

1937

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die Röntgenuntersuchung beim Mastarmkrebs, insbesondere beim Krebs des hohen Rektums."  Brum's Beiträge zur klinischen Chirurgie (Berlin), 165 (1937):  530-553.

 

1938

Irsigler, F.J.  "Über Dornforsatzmissbildungen."  Archiv für orthopädische und Unfall-Chirurgie (Berlin), 38 (1938):  593-598.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Zwerchfellnahe (epiphrenische) Lungenatelektasen nach Oberbauchoperation." Archiv für klinische Chirurgie 193 (1938):  488-492.

 

1939

[1939-1945.  Irsigler is a member of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Hirnforschung, Berlin (Buch).  The institute was directed, 1937-45, by Professor Hugo Spatz (1888-1969), who was also Irsigler's teacher of brain anatomy.  Spatz's methods of obtaining brains for the institute have since been subject to criticism; see Müller-Hill.  Irsigler describes himself as a student of Spatz in his later speculative essays on brain evolution.]

[Irsigler is a senior neurosurgeon, University of Berlin, a prestigious position w/in the German medical establishment.]

 

1942

Irsigler, F.J.  "Über den Heilverlauf experimenteller Hirnwunden bei offener und verlegter Knochenlücke."  Zentralblatt für Neurochirurgie 7 (July 1942):  1-43.

 

1943

Irsigler, F.J., and H. Südhof.  "Untersuchungen über die primäre und sekundäre Infektion experimenteller Hirnwunden."  Zentralblatt für Neurochirurgie 8 (1943):  32- .

[October 1943.  At the Congress of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie in Dresden, FJ Irsigler presents "Marknekrosen nach experimentellen Unterschneidungen der Hirnrinde" (Medullar necrosis following experimental subsection of the cerebral cortex).]

 

1951

Irsigler, F.J.  "Mikroskopische Befunde in den Rückenmarkswurzeln beim lumbalen und lumbosakralen (dorsolateralen) Diskusprolaps"   (Results of microscopic examination of the spinal nerve roots in lumbar and lumbsacral (dorsolateral) disk prolapse).  Acta Neurochirurgica (Vienna), 1 (March 12, 1951):  478-516.
   [Irsigler left Germany after 1945 and is for now at the Neurochirurgischen Universitätsklinik in Zurich, Switzerland (Prof. Dr. H. Krayenbühl, Director).]
Cited in:
JR Jinkins, American Journal Neuroradiology 14 (1993): 193

Irsigler, F.J.  "Auf das Abdomen hindeutende Komplicationen lumbaler Bandscheibenoperationen"  (Abdominal manifestations of complications in the surgical therapy of lumbar disk hernia).  Langbeck's Archiv für klinische Chirurgie 267 (1951):  146-147.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Marknekrosen nach experimentellen Unterschneidungen der Hirnrinde"  (Medullar necrosis following experimental subsection of the cerebral cortex).  Langenbeck's Archiv für klinische Chirurgie 268 (1951):  493-505.

Irsigler, F.J.  "A Case of Methyl Bromide Poisoning:   Simulating Rupture of an Intracranial Aneurysm."  South African Medical Journal 25 (December 22, 1951):  949-952.
    [This paper is based in part of work done while Irsigler was at the Neurochirurgischen Universitätsklinik, Zurich, but by the time it is published he has immigrated to South Africa, where he remains for the rest of his career.  His affiliation is given here as Pretoria University.]

 

1952

Irsigler, F.J.  "Bydrae Tot die Kliniese Siektebeeld van Letsels in die Gebied van die Arteria Cerebellaris Superior"  (Neurologic and clinical aspects of injuries to the superior cerebellar artery).  South African Medical Journal 26 (July 19, 1952):  581-584.
   [Irsigler's affiliation is given as Pretoria University.  The paper is based on work done while he was at the Neurochirurgischen Universitätsklinik, Zurich.]

 

1957

Irsigler, F.J.  "Callosal Agenesis:  Some Neurosurgical Aspects."  Medical Proceedings (Johannesburg), 3 (July 10, 1957):   359-364.

[September 1957.  Irsigler presents "Recent Experiences with Extradural Haemorrhage" at the South African Medical Congress in Durban.]

 

1958

Irsigler, F.J.  "Recent Experiences with Extradural Haemorrhage."  South African Medical Journal 32 (February 15, 1958):   187-190.
   [Irsigler is identified as "Neuro-Surgeon, Durban."  He is associated with the Department of Surgery at the Medical School, Durban.]
Cited in:
S. Stephanov & J. de Preux, "Acute Subfrontal Epidural Hematoma," Surgical Neurology 37 (April 1992): 329-331

 

1959

Irsigler, F.J.  "Intracranial Infections of Rhinogenous Origin."  South African Medical Journal 33 (April 4, 1959):   289-293.
   [Irsigler is identified as "Neuro-Surgeon, Durban."  This paper was read at the annual general meeting of the National Group of Neurologists, Psychiatrists & Neuro-Surgeons, Durban, September, 1958.]

 

1960

Irsigler, F.J.  "Surgical Emergencies Related to the Pituitary and Neighboring Areas." South African Medical Journal 34 (January 2, 1960):  10-14.
    [Irsigler's address is now Krugersdorp.  He will remain there for the remainder of his career.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Allgemeine Operationslehre."  In Handbuch der Neurochirurgie, vol. 1, edited by Herbert Olivecrona and Wilhelm Tönnis.  Berlin:  Springer-Verlag, 1960.

 

1961

Irsigler, F.J. "Psychopathology in Brain Atrophies of Neurosurgical Concern." Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, No. 36 (October 1961):  E 88-89.
   [Proceedings of International Congress of Psychiatry, Neurology & Neurosurgury, Washington DC.]

Irsigler, F.J.  The Neurosurgical Approach to Intracranial Infections: A Review of Personal Experiences, 1940-1960.  Berlin:   Springer-Verlag, 1961.

 

1962

Irsigler, F.J.  "Considerations Cliniques et Chirurgicales sur les Cranio-Pharyngiomes et les Kystes Suprasellaires." Neuro-Chirurgie (Paris), 8 (1962):  242.

 

1963

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Neurosurgical Aspects of Brain Atrophies: Part I:  Brain Atrophies of Vascular Origin."  Acta Neurochirurgica (Vienna), 11 (November 21, 1963):  353-368.
   [The paper is dedicated to Professor Hugo Spatz (1888-1969), Director, KWI of Brain Research, 1937-45, and Irsigler's teacher of brain anatomy.  Irsigler identifies himself as a follower of Spatz's ideas on brain evolution.  On Spatz and the KWI of Brain Research during the period of Irsigler's association with them, see Benno Müller-Hill, Tödliche Wissenschaft, passim.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Sjöqvist's Tractotomy:  Experiences in 22 Cases."  Neurochirurgica (Stuttgart), 6 (December 1963):   136-151.
    Cited in:
    YA Grigorya, Acta Neurochirurgica 131 (1994): 1051

 

1964

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Neurosurgical Aspects of Brain Atrophies: Part II."  Acta Neurochirugica 11 (February 11, 1964):   497-512.

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Place of Neurosurgery in Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Herniation." Neurochirurgica (Stuttgart), 7 (November 1964):  157-164.

 

1969

[21 April 1969.  Tobias letter to FJ Irsigler.  This responds to a letter from Irsigler on race differences.  Tobias says "tens and hundreds of thousands of years" would be required to show Africans incapable of civilization.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Surgical Aspects of the Bleeding Nipple."  Abstract.  South African Medical Journal 43 (November 1, 1969):  1351.
    [Abstact of a paper delivered at the 47th South African Medical Congress, Pretoria, 6-12 July 1969.]

[25 November  1969.  Professor PV Tobias (the chairman of the department of anatomy at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg) delivers a lecture on "Brain Size, Grey Matter and Race - Fact or Fiction?" in Johannesburg.   Irsigler -- who describes himself as "somewhat alarmed & grossly disappointed" --  is in the audience.  The lecture subsequently is published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology (January 1970).]

[8 December 1969.  Irsigler writes to Tobias to criticize his lecture. He reports that he got no reply.]

 

1970

Tobias, P.V.  "Brain Size, Grey Matter and Race - Fact or Fiction?"  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 32 (January 1970):  

 

1971

Irsigler, F.J. "Brain Size, Intelligence and Race - Fact or Fiction: A Critique of an Academic Lecture." Mankind Quarterly 12 (July-September 1971): 20-28.
   [This is Irsigler's first paper in Mankind Quarterly.   (He subsequently becomes one of its most frequent contributors).   It marks his emergence as a public critic of racial liberalism. Until now, he has published only in the neurosurgical literature;  subsequently, he writes on race and speculative questions of brain evolution.  The current paper is is an intemperate critique of PV Tobias' November 1969 lecture on race.  He dismisses the work of Jewish scientists and quotes Henry E. Garrett's claim that Franz Boas' circle created a climate of intimidation at Columbia University.  (The quotation is from a letter from Garrett to Carleton Putnam which is cited in the later's 1967 book, Race & Reality: A Search for Solutions.)
    Irsigler expresses bitterness about the postwar treatment of Knut Hamsun:
    "The equalitarian view has, unfortunately, become a worldwide dogma and anyone not willing to accept it unconditionally is bound to be anathematised as a heretic, racist, fascist and so on, exactly as the Swedish Marxist Myrdal has demanded and predicted.  Luckily for mankind, however, as long as there are dogmas, high priests and grand inquisitors there will be heretics.  The doctrinarians and their orthodox attendants may put them into mad-houses, like [Knut] Hamsun, or burn them, like Giordano Bruno or Johannes Hus but their voices never will be silenced."
    Irsigler contrasts the postwar censorship of science imposed by racial liberalism with the academic freedom of the National Socialist period:
    "Rejection of any dogma -- of any hypothesis accepted simply because it is decried by some authority -- was the true meaning of academic teaching and learning on the campuses where I was privileged to enjoy academic citizenship and freedom.   It would seem that such views are no longer wanted in certain quarters at present."]

Irsingler [sic], F.J.  "Propaganda und Wirklichkeit der Rassenmischung."  Nation Europa 21 (August 1971):  53-61.

 

1972

Irsigler, F.J.  "Sigmund Freud."  Letter.  Nouvelle Ecole, no. 21-22 (Winter 1972-73):  156.

 

1973

Irsigler, F.J.  "Brain, Race, and the 'Fundamental Dilemma'."   Mankind Quarterly 14 (July-September 1973):   49-59.

 

1974

[6-10 April 1974.  Internationalen Kant-Kongress, in Mainz.   Irsigler reads "Die 'objektive Natur' im Lichte der Evolution des Gehirns" ('Objective nature' in light of brain evolution).  It is published in Mannus, 1975.]

[13 September 1974.  Meeting in honor of Bolko, Freiherr von Richthofen in Germany. Richthofen [q.v.] was an important Nazi prehistorian.  The meeting was organized by individuals associated with Mannus.  Irsigler presents "Über den zeitpunkt der Menschwerdung."]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Über den zeitpunkt der Menschwerdung."   In Festschrift für Bolko Frhr. von Richtofen, edited by Dieter Korell.   Mannus-Bibliothek Series, vol. 3.  Bonn:  Mannus-Verlag, 1974.
   [Mannus, vol. 40, no. 3-4, p. 337.  The list of Mitarbeiter for vol. 40 (1974) refers to this.]

[October 1974.  Irsigler writes a letter to the editor of Scientific American criticizing Luigi Cavalli-Sforza's article, "The Genetics of Human Populations," in the September 1974 issue.   The letter is never published in Scientific American, but subsequently it does appear in Mankind Quarterly and Neue Anthropologie.]

 

1975

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Gene's Place in Evolutionary Adaptation."  Mankind Quarterly 15 (April-June 1975):  255-280.

Irsigler, F.J.  In Neue Anthropolgie 3 (April-June 1975)
   [This is a German translation of Irsigler's critique of L.L. Cavalli-Sforza's article,"The Genetics of Human Populations," in Scientific American (September 1974).   The original English text appears in Mankind Quarterly (April-June 1976).]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die 'objektive Natur' im Lichte der Evolution des Gehirns."  Mannus 41 (1975): 5-14.

[12-18 July 1975.  Jubilee Congress of the Medical Association of South Africa, held in Johannesburg.  Irsigler presents a short version of "Rhodesian Man and the Evolution of the Hominid Brain."]

[1975.  Mannus, vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 260-261.   Synopsis of Irsigler's "Über den zeitpunkt der Menschwerdung."]

 

1976

Irsigler, F.J.  "On A Priori Genetic Information:  (The Evolutionary Equivalent of Kant's A Priori)." Mankind Quarterly 16 (January-March 1976):  219-226.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Cavalli-Sforza's Population Genetics."   Mankind Quarterly 16 (April-June 1976): 302-304.
    [This is Irsigler's critique of Cavalli-Sforza's "The Genetics of Human Populations," Scientific American (September 1974).]

[19-23 August 1976. Congress of the South African Association for the Advancement of Science, in Nespruit.  Irsigler reads a version of "Ecosystem and Genetic System."  This essay is published in Mankind Quarterly (1979) and in Ecology and Evolution, ed. Roger Pearson (1979).]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Paleoneurological Interpretations of the Endocranial Casts of Some of the Prehominids of Southern Africa."  Actes du IXe Congrès de l'Union Internationale des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques, vol. 2, p. 143. Nice, 1976.

[October 1976.  Irsigler delivers a lecture on the subject "Über die Entartung" (On Degeneration) at a conference of the Gesellschaft für biologische Anthropologie, Eugenik und Verhaltensforschung (the parent body of the journal Neue Anthropologie).  The extremist character of the lecture is described on the NADESHDA e. V. web site:  "Dem Wissenschaftlichen Beirat gehört ebenfalls ein gewisser Dr. F.J. Irsigler aus Krügersdorp/Südafrika an, Gehirnspezialist und offenbar mit einschlägiger Erfahrung in Sachen angewandter Rassismus in Südafrika.   Auf einer Tagung der GfbAEV im Oktober1976 hielt Irsigler einen Vortrag mit dem bezeichnenden Thema, 'Über die Entartung':  Die Brisanz und inhaltliche Ungeheuerlichkeit dieser Rede läßt sich schon allein daran ermessen, daß ein so hartgesottener Neo-Nazi wie Thies Christophersen (Autor von:  'Die Auschwitzlüge') sicherheitshalber die Veröffentlichung des Vortrags nur von der Schweiz aus vornahm:   'Die Verbreitung dieses Vortrags könnte mich für einige Zeit zum Schweigen bringen'."
    See http://www.nadeshda.org/bib/hm9.html .]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Rhodesian Man and the Evolution of the Hominid Brain."  Mankind Quarterly 17 (October-December 1976): 83-114.
   [Irsigler presented a shorter version of this paper at the Jubilee Congress of the Medical Association of South Africa, held in Johannesburg, 12-18 July 1975.
    The bibliography contains a number of Donald A. Swan's Mankind Quarterly papers on human brain evolution.
    Irsigler's address is given as Box 271, Krugersdorp.   Another contributor to Mankind Quarterly, G.M. Mes, is also in Krugersdorp (P.O. Box 234).  The current paper cites Mes' Now-Men and Tomorrow-Men, forward by Raymond Dart (Johannesburg: Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel, 1964).   Also see Mes, "The Object Lesson of America: A Question of Ethno-Morality," MQ 13 (January-March 1973): 181-185, and "It Is Natural to Obey," MQ 15 (January-March 1975): 211-221.]

 

1978

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die Stellung des Homo Rhodesiensis in der Stammesgeschichte"  (The phylogenetic place of Rhodesian Man).  Mannus 44 (1978): 103-118.
   [There is a reference to Donald Swan [q.v.] here.  Swan and Irsigler had ideological affinities and common associations and were working along parallel lines on the subject of brain evolution.]

[7 July 1978.  Irsigler speaks on cerebral palaeontology at the 97th Congress of the French Association for the Advancement of Science, in Mulhouse (Alsace).]

 

1979

Irsigler, F.J.  "Cause and Effect in the Evolution of the Hominid Brain."  Mankind Quarterly 19 (March 1979):  181-192.
   [This is the lead article in the first issue published by Roger Pearson.  Irsigler becomes one of the most frequent contributors to the Pearson-era Mankind Quarterly. His affiliation is listed here as the South African Association for the Advancement of Science.  The essay is reprinted in Roger Pearson, ed., Essays in Medical Anthropology, Mankind Quarterly Monograph No. 2.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Paléontologie Cérébrale."   Letter.  In Nouvelle Ecole, no. 33 (June 1979):  137, 139.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Ecosystem and Genetic System."  Mankind Quarterly 20 (September-December 1979): 5-10.
   [This is the lead article in this issue.  Irsigler is identified as the senior casualty officer, Paardekraal Hospital, Krugersdorp, South Africa.  The essay is reprinted in Roger Pearson, editor, Ecology and Evolution, Mankind Quarterly Monograph No. 1.]

[Autumn 1979.  Nouvelle Ecole, no. 34.  This lists the contents of past issues, along with excerpts from letters to the editor.  The material from no. 15 (March-April 1971) includes an excerpt from Irsigler's letter in no. 21-22.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Ecosystem and Genetic System."  In Ecology and Evolution, edited by Roger Pearson.  Mankind Quarterly Monograph, No. 1.  Washington, D.C.:  The Mankind Quarterly, 1979.
    [Irsigler's essay is reprinted from Mankind Quarterly (1979).  The other essays in this volume include:
    Roger Pearson, "Ecology, Adaptation & Speciation"
    JW Jamieson, "Mammalian Societies & the Emergence of the Family System"
    Roger Pearson, "Understanding Human Social Evolution"
    Umberto Melotti, "Genetic Altruism"
    Raymond B Cattell, "Ethics & the Social Sciences"]

 

1980

Irsigler, F.J.  Who Makes Our Money?  Wynberg, South Africa, 1980.
    [This book is cited in a message on the subject "Let's Hate Hitler" posted on the internet newsgroup ALT.NSWPP on 20 Sept. 1997 by the English radical rightist Alexander Baron.  He writes:  "In 1980, a South African author wrote that:  'It is reported that through the year 1975, 50,000 serious books have been published on Hitler and the National Socialist years in Europe ...'  something which was said to have made him the most popular 'we didn't say liked' subject in the Western World next to Jesus Christ.  'Yet each day Adolf Hitler is killed anew by the media.  His name is so consistently pilloried that nothing is too vile to associate with it'."  A footnote continues:  "Who Makes Our Money? by F.J. Irsigler, published by F. Irsigler, Wynberg, South Africa, (1980), page 148."
    The book is by Fred Josef Irsigler of Capetown, South Africa, the brother of Franz Johann Irsigler.]

 

1981

Irsigler, F.J.  "Evolution and Hominization."  Mankind Quarterly 21 (Spring 1981):  211-226.
   [This is the lead article.  Irsigler is identified as the senior casualty officer, Paardekraal Hospital, Krugersdorp, South Africa.]
    Cited in:
    JW Jamieson, "Biological Diversity & Ethnic Identity:   Changing Patterns in the Modern World" Mankind Quarterly 36 (1995): 193-199 (see http://www.mankind.org/man12.htm )

 

1982

"'New' Anthropology."  Patterns of Prejudice 16 (January 1982):  43-45.
   [Lists Irsigler on Advisory Board of Neue Anthropologie.]

Moreau, Patrick.  "Revolution Conservatrice et Nouvelle Droites Allemandes."  Les Temps Modernes 39 (November 1982):   893-959.
    [At p 936, referring to Neue Anthropologie:
    "Parmi les collaborateurs et auteurs de la revue ... on relève les noms de Gamsel, Rudolf Kosiek ou Franz Irsigler, extrémistes de droite bien connus des autorités de police allemandes31. Ce dernier, en particulier, est le défenseur de la théorie de la conspiration mondiale (sous-entendu juive) réalisée par la manipulation des cerveaux.
    "Irsigler affirmait que le métissage systématique des Noirs, des Blancs et des mongoloïdes - pour lui programmé par les juifs - ramenait l'humanité à un stade d'animalité primitive.
    "L'effrondrement/Régression des capacités intellectuelles permettait alors à une ethnie pratiquant l'endogamie stricte, de devenir, par le jeu des lois naturelles, l'élite intellectuelle mondiale.
    "En aucun cas, les délires d'Irsigler ne peuvent être considérés comme exceptionnels pour la revue Neue Anthropologie."
    Footnote 31 refers to the extremist Deutsche Hochschulehrer Zeitung.   In Moreau (1994) below, this passage appears in a revised form that places less emphasis on Irsigler.]

 

1983

[10 March 83. Speculations in Science & Technology receives the manuscript of Irsigler, "The Role of the Temporal Lobe in the Morphogenesis & Lateralization of the Human Brain."]

[5-8 Oct 1983. 28th annual convention, Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neuropathologie und Neuroanatomie, Frankfurt am Main.  Irsigler delivers "Die Bedeutung des Schläfenlappens für die Morphogenese und die Lateralisation des Gehirns."  An abstract is published in the Zentralblatt für allgemeine Pathologie und pathologische Anatomie (1984).]

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Role of the Temporal Lobe in the Morphogenesis and Lateralization of the Human Brain." Speculations in Science and Technology 6 (December 1983):  445-453.
   [Irsigler's affiliation is given as the South African Association for the Advancement of Science.]
    Cited in:
    Seymour W Itzkoff, "Orthoselection & the Corticalization of Social Behavior" Mankind Quarterly 33 (Spring 1993): 283-293

 

1984

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die Bedeutung des Schläfenlappens für die Morphogenese und die Lateralisation des Gehirns"  (The Role of the Temporal Lobe in the Morphogenesis and Lateralization of the Brain).  Abstract.  Zentralblatt für allgemeine Pathologie und pathologische Anatomie 129 (1984): 263-264.
    [Abstract of a paper presented at the 28th annual convention of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neuropathologie und Neuroanatomie, 5-8 October 1983.]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Die Bedeutung des reptilischen Althirns in der Stammesgeschichte und der Asymmetrie der Grosshirnhälften"  Neue Anthropologie 12 (1984):  7-12.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Erkenntnistheoretische Betrachtung zu einer quantitativen Morphogenese der Hirnrinde."  Neue Anthropologie 12 (1984):   35-45.

Irsigler, F.J.  "Quantitative Morphogenesis and the Lateralization of the Brain."  Mankind Quarterly 25 (Fall-Winter 1984):   3-46.
   [This is the lead article.  Irsigler's affiliation given as the South African Association for the Advancement of Science.]
    Cited in:
    Seymour W Itzkoff, "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior"  Mankind Quarterly 33 (Spring 1993): 283-93

 

1985

Irsigler, Fred Josef.  On the Seventh Day They Created Inflation.  Special American Edition.  Wynberg, South Africa:  F. Irsigler and Co., 1985.
    [This is a 28-page booklet on the economic aspects of World War II.]

 

1986

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Island of Reil and the Roots of Language."  Mankind Quarterly 27 (Winter 1986):  131-160.
   [This is the lead article.  Irsigler's affiliation given as the South African Association for the Advancement of Science.]

 

1988

Irsigler, F.J.  "Morphogenetic versus Morphofunctional Theory."  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 11 (March 1988):  95-96.
   [This is a Commentary on Ilya I Glezer, Myron S Jacobs & Peter J Morgane, "Implications of the 'Initial Brain' Concept for Brain Evolution in Cetacea."
    Irsigler's address is given as Box 271, Krugersdorp. This note follows his Commentary:
    "NOTE.  Former senior neurosurgeon at the University of Berlin, and (1939-1945) member of the (then Kaiser-Wilhelm) Institut für Hirnforshung in Berlin-Buch (now Max-Planck-Institut für Hirnforschung in Frankfurt am Main)."]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Interprétations paléo-neurologiques de la conscience et du Language."  Anthropologie 26 (1988):  99-101.

 

1989

Irsigler, F.J.  "Language Origin and the Island of Reil."  In Studies in Language Origins, I, edited by Jan Wind, Edwin G. Pulleyblank. Éric de Grolier, and Bernard H. Bichakjian, 233-256.  Amsterdam and Philadelphia:  John Benjamins, 1989.

 

1990

Irsigler, F.J.  "L'Enracinement allo-néocortical du Language."  Anthropologie 28 (1990):  1-11.

 

1991

Irsigler, F.J.  "A Morphogenetic Quantitative Approach to Species-typical Behavior." Journal für Hirnforschung 32 (1991):  211-224.
    [Manuscript received 23 March 1990, accepted 19 July 1990.   Irsigler is at Box 271, Krugersdorp.]

[1-7 September 1991.  12th Congrss of the International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences (Slovak Academy of Sciences), Bratislava.   Irsigler presents "A Heterochronic Theory of Language."]

 

1992

Irsigler, F.J.  "Group Differences Revealed in Morphogenetic Parameters."  Mankind Quarterly 32 (Spring 1992):  285-310.
   [Irsigler thanks Dr Jan Wind of the Institute of Human Genetics in Amsterdam for comments and suggestions.  The paper is available on the South African Upstream site at http://www.cycad.com/cgi-bin/Upstream/Issues/genetics/mgenetic.html .]

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Emerging Phenotype:  Homo Sapiens Socius  (Lateral Shift Hypothesis)."  Journal für Hirnforschung 33 (1992):  261-269.
    [The journal received the manuscript on 13 April 1992.   Irsigler's address is given as 162 Lorinda Avenue, Murrayfield, 0184 Pretoria, R.S.A.]

 

1993

Irsigler, F.J.  "A Nongenetic Approach to Language and Language Origins." Mankind Quarterly 33 (Spring 1993): 243-264.

Irsigler, F.J.  "The Role of Cognition in Evolutionary Theory."  Mankind Quarterly 33 (Summer 1993):  371- 
    [See http://www.cycad.com/cgi-bin/Upstream/Issues/psychology/IQ/cognition.html .]

 

1994

Moreau, Patrick.  Les Héritiers du IIIe Reich.   Paris:  Éditions du Seuil, March 1994.
   [The discussion of Irsigler in Moreau's 1982 article appears here in revised form at pages 255-256:
    "Parmi les collaborateurs et auteurs de la revue ... on relève les noms des extrémistes de droite connus Detlev Promp, Rolf Kosiek ou Franz Irsigler. Inspirés par les thèses de la revue, des militants de cettes cause 'nordique' sont les défenseurs de la théorie de la conspiration mondiale (sous-entendu juive) réalisée par la manipulation des cerveaux. Ils affirment que le métissage systématique des Noirs, des Blancs et des mongoloïdes - selon eux programmé par les juifs - ramène l'humanité à un stade d'animalité primitive. L'effrondrement/régression des capacités intellectuelles du monde blanc permettrait alors à une ethnie pratiquant l'endogamie stricte de devenir, par le jeu des lois naturelles, l'élite intellectuelle mondiale. En aucun cas, ces prises de position ne peuvent être considérées comme exceptionnelles pour les raciologues nordiques."]

Irsigler, F.J.  "Prigoginean Thermodynamics and the Human Brain."  Mankind Quarterly 34 (Spring 1994):  155-74.
    [See http://www.cycad.com/cgi-bin/Upstream/Issues/psychology/tdynam.html .]

 

[Irsigler is listed on the comité de patronage of Nouvelle école. He is described there as a neurosurgeon, M.D., former member of the Institute for Brain Research at Berlin-Buch, and specialist in cerebral paleoanthropology (Pretoria).]

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