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An important scientific development in that country. Also, as a university professor had a marked influence on generations of scientists in the second half of the nineteenth century in Venezuela.
Is considered the founder of the positivist school in Venezuela.
His parents were Adolph and Catherine Ernst Bischoff. The high school course in his hometown, then enrolled at the University of Berlin where he studied natural sciences, education and modern languages. In the German, learned by this time two sons of Judas Tadeo Pinang Venezuelan general, with whom to have a cordial friendship, which I encourage you to travel to Venezuela. On December 2, 1861, arrived in Venezuela from Hamburg.
Married in Caracas on August 5, 1864 with Enriqueta Tresselt with whom he had 5 children.
In May 1867, and fully adapted to life in Venezuela, founded the Society of Physical and Natural Sciences of Caracas and later the National Museum in 1874. In 1876 he was director of the National Library, the institution that gave a big boost. During the seven Guzmancismo, involved in organizing international exhibitions in Vienna (1873), Bremen (1874) Santiago de Chile and Philadelphia (1876). Beginning in 1874, by request of President Antonio Guzm n Blanco, I am holding the chair of Natural History at the Central University of Venezuela, which disseminated the theories of Lamarck and “natural selection” of Charles Darwin, which were instrumental in zoology and botany.
Was the inspiration and founder of the positivist school in Venezuela, among its main disciples Lisandro Alvarado, Jose Gil and Rafael Fortoul Villavicencio. In 1889, the Central University of Venezuela awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in recognition of their academic work. Ernst developing an extensive research on botany, zoology and ethnography. Also working on geography, geology, Linguistic, anthropology, physics, paleontology and archeology.
Ernst Adolf conducted significant studies on different regions of Venezuela, such as the valley of Caracas, Maracaibo Lake, the Andes, the Venezuelan Guayana, the island of La Orchila, mines and copper mines Aroa Diamond Betijoque. It was the precursor of ethnobotany in Venezuela to develop such topics as the history of cassava (1890) and banana (1893). Ethnographic and archaeological collections, which was becoming the National Museum served as the basis for issuing a series of Anthropological narrative of various indigenous groups of our country: guajiras, ayamanes, Warao. Referring to his archaeological work, it will be emphasized on the Andean region, which described liticas including plates known as “bat wings.” Ethnographic data also contributes to the aboriginal Andean dedicate some trials and the petroglyphs (1885-1889). One of the main merits of Adolph Ernst, was the disclosure of material between the Venezuelan international scientific societies of the nineteenth century, publishing their contributions in magazines such as Globus, Zeitschrift fa r Ethnologie, American Anthropologist and the Bulletin of the Societe du Antrhopologie Paris . Caracas, Venezuela. Occupancy … libraries in the world among which the National Library of Venezuela, … Venezuela. Distinction of the House of …
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