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Anastasius Nordenholz (1862 - 1953) is the author of "Scientologie, Wissenschaft von der Beschaffenheit und der Tauglichkeit des Wissens" ("Scientology, Science of the Constitution and Usefulness of Knowledge") written in 1933.
His work "Scientologie, Wissenschaft von der Beschaffenheit und der Tauglichkeit des Wissens" (""Scientology Science of the Constitution and Usefulness of Knowledge"") was published in 1934. The Church of Scientology has actively but in vain tried to suppress the book, as well as the domain name “scientologie”.
Scientologie, Wissenschaft von der Beschaffenheit und der Tauglichkeit des Wissens ("Scientology: Science of the Constitution and Usefulness of Knowledge") is a 1934 book published by Dr. Anastasius Nordenholz, in which he defines the term "Scientologie" or "Eidologie" as a science of knowing or knowledge and discusses the philosophical implications of the concept.
His numerous papers and essays include "Geologische Skizze van der Westküste Schottlands" (1871); "Die Struktur der Variolite" (1875); "Microscopical Petrography" (in Report of U.S. Geol. Exploration of 40th Par., vol. vi., 1876); "Limurit aus der Vallée de Lesponne" (1879); "Über den Zirkon" (1880). His separate works include "Lehrbuch der Petrographie" (1866; 2nd ed. 1893, 1894); "Die mikroskopische Beschaffenheit der Mineralien und Gesteine" (1873); and "Über Urausscheidungen rheinischer Basalte" (1893).
Disagreement over the origins of the word "Scientology" has been used by Free Zone groups to contest Scientology's trademarks. A German book entitled "Scientologie, Wissenschaft von der Beschaffenheit und der Tauglichkeit des Wissens" was published in 1934 by Anastasius Nordenholz. The groups have argued that because "Scientologie" was not written by Hubbard, the Church is unfairly monopolizing control over its practice. The trademark rights to the use of DIANETICS and the E-Meter (invented and created by Volney Mathieson) was allowed to lapse into the public domain in 1976 by Hubbard. This is discreetly ignored by the RTC/ CSI Body Corporate.
Immediately upon his arrival in Germany, Accum went to the town of Althaldensleben. There, the industrialist Johann Gottlob Nathusius had acquired various estates and was using them to found a sprawling industrial settlement. Nathusius was a German pioneer in the field of sugar production from beets, and had established a factory for its production in that town between 1813 and 1816. It was probably Nathusius’ extensive library and chemical laboratory that drew Accum. He remained only a short time in Althaldensleben, however, as he soon got a professorship at the Gewerbeinstitut and the Bauakademie in Berlin. His teaching in the areas of physics, chemistry, and mineralogy, were collected in the two volume work, "Physische und chemische Beschaffenheit der Baumaterialien, deren Wahl, Verhalten und zweckmässige Anwendung", published in Berlin in 1826. It was the only work Accum published originally in German.