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iris in eighteenth-century physiology
Renato G. Mazzolini
|Statement||Renato G. Mazzolini.|
|Series||Berner Beiträge zur Geschichte der Medizin und der Naturwissenschaften ;, n.F., Bd. 9|
|LC Classifications||QP477 .M39x 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||84672484|
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Mind, Body, and the Moral Imagination in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World Abstract This dissertation deals with ideas and assumptions about human nature in the cultural life of the eighteenth-century British Atlantic world.
Most scholars see in this period a decline of the traditional Western dualism in the understanding of human Author: Yaroslav Prykhodko.
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During the last decade of the seventeenth century John Locke established himself as a new kind of natural historian of the human mind—describing its powers, classifying its ideas, and tracing the evolution of its faculties. The century that followed saw a flowering of psychological thinking, marked by a rapid distribution of theories from the realm of philosophy across the realm of : Paddy Bullard.
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METAPHYSICS AND PHYSIOLOGY; MIND, BODY, AND THE ANIMAL ECONOMY IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SCOTLAND JOHN P. WRIGHT I. INTRODUCTION At the beginning of his Institutions of medicine William Cullen defined “ Physiology, or the Doctrine of the Animal Oeconomy” as “the doctrine which explains the conditions of the body and of the mindCited by: Renato G.
Mazzolini, The Iris in Eighteenth-Century Physiology. [author unknown] - - Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 35 (3) Toland, Leibniz, and Active Matter. The long eighteenth century witnessed the full flowering of the Scottish Enlightenment, graced by figures such as Robert and James Adam, the architects; the chemist and physician Joseph Black, the discoverer of carbon dioxide (‘fixed air’); Adam Ferguson, founder of the discipline of sociology; James Hutton, founder of modern geology; the philosopher David Hume and the political economist Cited by: 4.
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In inoculation using a dead or weak form of the disease was introduced in England. Occasionally some people got sick from this and some died although symptoms were usually mild.
Bythe procedure of inserting pustules from someone dying of. The notion that nerve fibers were at some level hollow structures persisted throughout the 18th century, and Ford () has traced it on well into the 19th century, where it is illustrated in a figure in Longet's Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System (Longet, ).
Microscopes and preparative techniques were just not good enough to Author: Christopher U.M. Smith. Women have made significant contributions to science from the earliest times.
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Williams: In Abbot Islip's chapel in Westminster Abbey, close to the resting-place of Ben Jonson, rest the remains of John Hunter (), famous in the annals of medicine as among the greatest physiologists and surgeons that the world has ever produced: a man whose discoveries and inventions are counted by scores, and whose field of research was only limited by the outermost boundaries of.
Psychology as a Natural Science in the Eighteenth Century* Gary Hatfield University of Pennsylvania Let us agree that "psychology" may be defined as the science of the mind, and that this science studies a domain of phenomena that includes sense per-ception, imagination, memory, understanding or reasoning, feeling, and will.
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