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eBook Galen on the Brain: Anatomical Knowledge and Physiological Speculation in the Second Century Ad (Studies in Ancient Medicine) (Multilingual Edition) ePub

by Dr Julius Rocca

eBook Galen on the Brain: Anatomical Knowledge and Physiological Speculation in the Second Century Ad (Studies in Ancient Medicine) (Multilingual Edition) ePub
Author: Dr Julius Rocca
Language: Multilingual
ISBN: 9004125124
ISBN13: 978-9004125124
Publisher: Brill; 1 edition (January 16, 2003)
Pages: 328
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.9
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ePub file: 1907 kb
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This book is a study of the ways in which Galen sought to establish the brain as the regent . Part 3 offers a critical evaluation of Galen's physiology of the brain.

This book is a study of the ways in which Galen sought to establish the brain as the regent part (hegemonikon) of the body, utilizing a rigorous anatomical epistemology and an often sophisticated (but perforce limited) set of physiological arguments. Part 1 surveys the medical and philosophical past in which the study of the brain occurred, and looks at the materials and methods which Galen employs to legitimate his hegemonic argumentation. Part 2 examines Galen's anatomical understanding of the brain, especially the ventricles.

This book is a study of the ways in which Galen sought to establish the brain as the regent part (hegemonikon) . Galen on the Brain Vol. 26 : Anatomical Knowledge and Physiological Speculation in the Second Century AD. by Julius Rocca and Galen.

This book is a study of the ways in which Galen sought to establish the brain as the regent part (hegemonikon) of the body, utilizing a rigorous anatomical.

Studies in Ancient Medicine.

This study provides a detailed and critical examination of Galen's anatomy and physiology of the brain. Studies in Ancient Medicine.

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This book is a study of the ways in which Galen sought to establish the brain as the regent part (hegemonikon) of the body, utilising a rigorous anatomical epistemology and an often sophisticated (but perforce limited) set of physiological arguments Part One surveys the medical and philosophical past in which the study of the brain occured, and looks at the materials and methods which Galen employs to legitimate his hegemonic argumentation. Part Two examines Galen's anatomical understanding of the brain, especially the ventricles. Part Three offers a critical evaluation of Galen's physiolgy of the brain. This is the first monograph to offer a detailed account of this subject, setting it within the cultural and intellectual contexts of its era, and will be of interest to those in classics, medical history, history andphilosophy of science and the history of ideas.
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