Gomez Pereira's Antoniana margarita: a work on natural philosophy, medicine and theology

Boston: Brill (2019)
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Gómez Pereira's Antoniana Margarita (1554) represents one of the most original works of his time. Its author develops some issues of great impact in later philosophy, such as animal automatism, soul-body radical separation and self-awareness.

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