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In this paper I shall point out that Francis Glisson's conceptualisation of irritability must be understood by looking at the epistemological context within which it developed. The theory of irritability has to be interpreted as part of an 'analogical conception' that puts the analytical operations of mind in relation to the epistemic model provided by(More)
This essay considers dissensus as the starting point for the construction of a common epistemic space rather than as the acknowledgement of an irreducible disagreement. In the argumentative confrontation and disagreements, we do not want to identify a process which might lead to agreement through rational debate. The aim of this essay is rather to(More)
Does irradiation alter immune response and/or favor the development of metastases? The answer to this intriguing polemic question continues to elude modern science. Although some authors claim that irradiation does indeed elicit both effects [1, 43], others deny that either has been proven unequivocally [26, 46]. Nevertheless, 'where there's smoke there's(More)
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