• Nicolas Caussin — La cour sainte
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  • Les Médecins Cartésiens: Héritage Et Diffusion de la Représentation Mécaniste du Corps Humain (1646-1696) - PhilPapers
    Géraldine Caps. Olms, 2010.
  • Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy
    978-1-4020-6125-7 Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy Simo Knuuttila and Pekka Kärkkäinen
  • Alhacen: De aspectibus
    Link to Risner’s edition of De Aspectibus (1572), which also includes De Crepusculis and Witelo.
  • Topics in Early Modern Philosophy of Mind
    978-90-481-2381-0 Topics in Early Modern Philosophy of Mind Jon Miller
  • Besler — Admirandæ fabricæ humanæ muliebris…
    Michael Rupert Besler. Admirandae Fabricae Humanae Muliebris, Partium Generationi Potissimum Inservientium et Foetus… Norimbergae : Dümlerus, 1640. With figures.
  • The Science of the Individual: Leibniz’s Ontology of Individual Substance
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  • Boyle’s teleological mechanism and the myth of immanent teleology
    Laurence Carlin. Studies in history and philosophy of science A 43.1 (Mar 2012) 54–63.
  • What Kind of Power is Virtue? John of St. Thomas OP on Causality of Virtues and Vices - PhilPapers
    Michał Głowala. Studia Neoaristotelica 9 (1):25-57 (2012). “an analysis of four theses of John of St. Thomas on the causality of habits, which, I think, constitute the most mature and reliable study of the causality of habits in the scholastic tradition: (i) Habits are efficient causes of actions they prompt (3.1). (ii) Virtues do determine the very natures of actions they prompt (3.2); (iii) Virtues do not have a proper counterpart among the characteristics of actions they prompt (3.3); (iv) The formal object of causality of virtue is a masterpiece performance of an action (3.4).”
  • 36 Great Anatomies, 1390-1899
    Image database from NLM, via Ptak Science Books.
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