Dr. Storowinsky, Jewish Scientist and Philosopher, Dies in Geneva
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Dr. Storowinsky, Jewish Scientist and Philosopher, Dies in Geneva

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Dr. Ahron Storowinsky, scientist, philosopher and author, one of the foremost members of the Jewish community in this country, died here today at the age of 72.

Born in Poland, he came here in 1913 and studied philosophy and medicine, graduating from Geneva University. He was the author of a number of works on Jewish spiritual life and philosophy. He was honorary president of the B’nai B’rith lodge here and of the Swiss Zionist Federation, and a member of the board of the Central Jewish Library. He was a profoundly religious man.

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