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Book Philip Ball (2022)
The Book of Minds: How to Understand Ourselves and Other Beings, from Animals to AI to Aliens. (/isis/citation/CBB637451662/) unapi

Book Juhana Toivanen (2022)
Forms of Representation in the Aristotelian Tradition. Volume One: Sense Perception. (/isis/citation/CBB856378624/) unapi

Article Enrico Berti (2021)
Mind and soul? Two notions in the light of contemporary philosophy. History of Psychiatry (pp. 359-364). (/isis/citation/CBB634364984/) unapi

Article Eve-Riina Hyrkäs (2021)
Psychosomatic Pain? The Meanings of Musculoskeletal Affliction in Finnish Medicine, ca. 1950–2000. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 128-154). (/isis/citation/CBB762858243/) unapi

Article E Allen Driggers (2021)
‘The voice of the stomach’: the mind, hypochondriasis and theories of dyspepsia in the nineteenth century. History of Psychiatry (pp. 85-99). (/isis/citation/CBB900221583/) unapi

Thesis Joseph Leonardo Vignone (2021)
Bodies of Knowledge: Medicine, Memory, and Enhancement in Medieval Islam. (/isis/citation/CBB512664986/) unapi

Book Jean-Pierre Dupuy (2021)
The Mechanization of the Mind. (/isis/citation/CBB313220818/) unapi

Article Joshua Bauchner (2021)
Fechner on a Walk: Everyday Investigations of the Mind-Body Relationship. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 1-47). (/isis/citation/CBB085736438/) unapi

Article Christopher Lawrence (2021)
Robert M. Young's Mind, Brain and Adaptation Revisited. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 61-77). (/isis/citation/CBB268877101/) unapi

Article Renee England (2020)
Rethinking emotion as a natural kind: Correctives from Spinoza and hierarchical homology. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101327). (/isis/citation/CBB074008360/) unapi

Article Jonna Brenninkmeijer (2020)
Conversion Disorder and/or Functional Neurological Disorder: How Neurological Explanations Affect Ideas of Self, Agency, and Accountability. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 64-84). (/isis/citation/CBB778393839/) unapi

Article Brian P. Bloomfield; Karen Dale (2020)
Limitless? Imaginaries of Cognitive Enhancement and the Labouring Body. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 37-63). (/isis/citation/CBB999607463/) unapi

Book Larry Sommer McGrath (2020)
Making Spirit Matter: Neurology, Psychology, and Selfhood in Modern France. (/isis/citation/CBB587674117/) unapi

Article Catrien Santing (2020)
Early anthropological interest: Magnus Hundt’s and Galeazzo Capra’s quest for humanity. History and Anthropology (pp. 462-490). (/isis/citation/CBB837308580/) unapi

Article Harry Smit (2020)
The Cartesian Conception of the Development of the Mind and Its Neo-Aristotelian Alternative. Biological Theory (pp. 107-120). (/isis/citation/CBB675907450/) unapi

Article Martine Pécharman (2020)
Kenelm Digby on Quantity as Divisibility. Vivarium: Journal for Mediaeval Philosophy and the Intellectual Life of the Middle Ages (pp. 191-218). (/isis/citation/CBB645048085/) unapi

Book Jess Keiser (2020)
Nervous Fictions: Literary Form and the Enlightenment Origins of Neuroscience. (/isis/citation/CBB071588274/) unapi

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Progress and pathology: Medicine and culture in the nineteenth century. (/isis/citation/CBB449680297/) unapi

Book Fabrizio Bigotti (2020)
Physiology of the Soul: Mind, Body and Matter in the Galenic Tradition of Late Renaissance, 1550-1630. (/isis/citation/CBB286303811/) unapi

Article Charles T. Wolfe; Falk Wunderlich (2020)
Joseph Priestley: Materialism and the Science of the Mind. Foundations, Controversies, Reception. Intellectual History Review (pp. 1-5). (/isis/citation/CBB161350544/) unapi


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