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CARL GUSTAV CARUS ' EMBLEMATIC THINKING * ELISABETH STOPP

@inproceedings{Carus2011CARLGC,
  title={CARL GUSTAV CARUS ' EMBLEMATIC THINKING * ELISABETH STOPP},
  author={Carl Gustav Carus},
  year={2011}
}
Carl Gustav Carus (1789-1869), a late German Romantic, was a man of many and varied talents, a scientist, a professor of medicine, specifically of gynaecology, in Leipzig and in Dresden, where he was later appointed court physician to the Saxon royal family. He wrote pioneering scientific and medical textbooks, especially in the field of comparative anatomy. As a skilled draughtsman, he illustrated his anatomical treatises with his own engravings, and year by year he exhibited his own… 

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