Sketches of Otohistory Part 8: The Emergence of Vestibular Science

@article{Hawkins2005SketchesOO,
  title={Sketches of Otohistory Part 8: The Emergence of Vestibular Science},
  author={Joseph E. Hawkins and Jochen Schacht},
  journal={Audiology and Neurotology},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={185 - 190}
}
ings he translated into French. He returned to France in 1742 but was forced to leave Paris because of his views on the close relation between psychic disturbances and organic ills, as expressed in his Histoire naturelle de l’âme (1745) , and returned to Holland. There, the atheistic materialism of his ‘Man a Machine’ ( L’Homme Machine, 1747) soon caused a second banishment. In 1748, at the invitation of Frederick the Great, he moved on to the Prussia court as physician and court reader, where… 

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