Cornell University Press (1996)
|Abstract||Physiologia is one of the first books to provide an accessible and comprehensive guide to that tradition in natural philosophy.|
|Keywords||Physics Philosophy Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy of nature|
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|Call number||QC6.D43 1996|
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