The Body as object and instrument of knowledge.

Springer (2010)
A collection of essays on early modern empiricism in the life sciences and in philosophy, focusing on the role of the body (embodiment, the passions, medical theory and so on).
Keywords empiricism  Locke and Harvey  passions  medicine
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