Quaestio 17:461-480 (2017)

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In this article I address the introduction of anatomy in books on the soul that were produced in sixteenth-century Germany and the Low Countries, by authors such as Philip Melanchthon,...
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DOI 10.1484/j.quaestio.5.115301
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