De dialecto dorica by Henricus Ludolfus Ahrens

By Henricus Ludolfus Ahrens

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Instead of being confused by these variations, sixteenth-century commentators such as Huarte welcome this approach to the brain and soul. He claims Galenʼs flexible expertise boldly: Finally, all that which Galen writeth in this his booke, is the groundplot of this my Treatise, albeit he declares not in particular, the differences of the habilities which are in men, neither as touching the sciences which everie one requires in particular. 29 According to Huarteʼs assessment, Galen wrote with the full realization that his theories would be received by people in innumerable stations and at varying levels of intelligence and refused to compromise his knowledge by altering it according to his readership.

This discussion progresses through my reading strategy throughout the dissertation, which is informed by the reconciliation of Galenic medicine with Christian doctrine that occurs over several centuries. The texts I address identify the brain as the locus of material and spiritual identity, evincing a complex understanding of what the brain actually does. Early modern cognition, tied as it is to questions of religion, politics, and literary enterprise, helps us understand references, symbols, metaphors, and behaviors in the literature in which it is mentioned.

64 Man is at once ill in his soul and his body. In addition, his external environment is perpetually affected, as the soulʼs illness radiates to strain his relationship with other creatures. 65 Aristotle echoes here in the assertion that deviation from the mean is proof of mortality, even if De la Primaudaye argues from a very different philosophy. The Christian point of view, characterized by the nuances of Pauline self-abasement 47 and fierce humility, recognizes in its own past the necessary connection between man and the mud he comes from.

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