The Development of the Study of Anatomy from the Renaissance to Cartesianism: Da Carpi, Vesalius, Estienne, Bidloo

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2009 - 198 páginas
This book is the first to focus on a paradox of anatomical images from the Renaissance to the 18th century: the representations of skeletons and flayed figures in a state of animation, i. e. apparently endowed with life despite the logical impossibility of this being so.

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