Body criticism: imaging the unseen in Enlightenment art and medicine

@article{Sutton1993BodyCI,
  title={Body criticism: imaging the unseen in Enlightenment art and medicine},
  author={Ian F. Sutton},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1993},
  volume={37},
  pages={98 - 99}
}
by contemporary circumstance, by social, economic, artistic, technical and cultural conventions, emphases, inhibitions and restraints". Indeed, the double negative, "not... uninfluenced" is too weak. The acquisition and conveying of anatomical knowledge and the factors behind book production are expressions of the same complex sets of motivations in each era. One does not "influence" the other. The idea that progress in conveying anatomical knowledge is "influenced" by contextual factors does… CONTINUE READING

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