Comparative anatomy

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[Chapter] Claire Crignon (2017) How Animals May Help Us Understand Men: Thomas Willis’s Anatomy of the Brain (1664) & Two Discourses Concerning the Soules of Brutes (1672). In: Human and Animal Cognition in Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine (p. 173). unapi

[Chapter] Charles T. Wolfe (2017) Boundary Crossings: The Blurring of the Human/Animal Divide as Naturalization of the Soul in Early Modern Philosophy. In: Human and Animal Cognition in Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine (p. 147). unapi

[Chapter] Gianni Paganini (2017) Political Animals in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy: Some Rival Paradigms (Hobbes and Gassendi). In: Human and Animal Cognition in Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine (p. 186). unapi

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