By Manfred Horstmanshoff, Helen King, Claus Zittel
Content material: Physiologia from Galen to Jacob Bording / Vivian Nutton -- Physiological analogies and metaphors in reasons of the Earth and the cosmos / Liba Taub -- The reception of the Hippocratic treatise On glands / Elizabeth Craik -- among atoms and humours. Lucretius' didactic poetry as a version of built-in and bifocal body structure / Fabio Tutrone -- wasting floor. The disappearance of appeal from the kidneys / Michael R. McVaugh -- The paintings of the distillation of 'spirits' as a technological version for human body structure. The instances of Marsilio Ficino, Joseph Duchesne and Francis Bacon / Sergius Kodera -- The physique is a battlefield. clash and keep watch over in seventeenth-century body structure and political notion / Sabine Kalff -- Herman Boerhaave's neurology and the unchanging nature of body structure / Rina Knoeff -- The anatomy and body structure of brain. David Hume's vitalistic account / Tamás Demeter -- greater than a fading flame. The body structure of outdated age among speculative analogy and experimental process / Daniel Schäfer -- pain our bodies, brilliant artists. Vitalist medication and the visualising of corporeal existence in Diderot / Tomas Macsotay -- Blood, clotting and the 4 humours / Hans L. Haak -- a subject matter of blood. The therapeutic of the girl with the haemorrhage (Mark 5.24b-34; Luke 8.42b-48; Matthew 9.19-22) in early medieval visible tradition / Barbara Baert, Liesbet Kusters and Emma Sidgwick -- the character of the soul and the passage of blood in the course of the lungs. Galen, Ibn al-Nafis, Servetus, İtaki, ʹAṭṭār / Rainer Brömer -- Sperm and blood, shape and meals. overdue medieval clinical notions of female and male within the embryology of Membra / Karine van 't Land -- The track of the heartbeat in Marsilio Ficino's Timaeus observation / Jacomien Prins -- 'For the lifetime of a creature is within the blood' (Leviticus 17:11). a few concerns on blood because the resource of lifestyles in sixteenth-century faith and medication and their interconnections / Catrien Santing -- White blood and pink milk. Analogical reasoning in clinical perform and experimental body structure (1560-1730) / Barbara Orland -- The "Body with out epidermis" within the Homeric poems / Valeria Gavrylenko -- Sweat. discovered strategies and well known perceptions, 1500-1800 / Michael Stolberg -- Of the fisherman's internet and dermis pores. Reframing conceptions of the outside in medication 1572-1714 / Mieneke te Hennepe -- imaginative and prescient and imaginative and prescient problems. Galen's body structure of sight / Véronique Boudon-Millot -- Early sleek clinical pondering on imaginative and prescient and the digital camera obscura. V.F. Plempius' Ophthalmographia / Katrien Vanagt -- The Tertium comparationis of the Elementa physiologiae. Johann Gottfried von Herder's perception of "Tears" as mediators among the chic and the particular physically body structure / Frank W. Stahnisch -- From doubt to walk in the park. features of the conceptualisation and interpretation of Galen's traditional pneuma / Julius Rocca -- Metabolisms of the soul. The body structure of Bernardino Telesio in Oliva Sabuco's Nueva filosofía de los angeles naturaleza del hombre (1587) / Marlen Bidwell-Steiner -- "Ful of Rapture". Maternal vocality and depression in Webster's Duchess of Malfi / Marion A. Wells -- The snoozing musician. Aristotle's vegetative soul and Ralph Cudworth's plastic nature / Diana Stanciu
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Blood, sweat, and tears : the changing concepts of physiology from antiquity into early modern Europe by Manfred Horstmanshoff, Helen King, Claus Zittel