Andreas Vesalius "De humani corporis fabricia libri septum" - 1543

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Andreas Vesalius "De humani corporis fabricia libri septum" - 1543

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 Published when he was only twenty-nine years old, Andreas Vesalius, 1514-1564, revolutionized both the science and teaching of anatomy by providing a fuller and more detailed account of human anatomy than any of his predecessors, correcting errors in the traditional teachings of Galen, A.D. 130-200, and arguing that knowledge of human anatomy was to come only from the dissections on humans by physicians. This was a direct contradiction of the medieval doctrine that dissections be performed by menials while the physician lectured from the traditional authorities. This “hands-on” principle remains Vesalius’s most lasting contribution followed by his novel and unprecedentedblending of art, scientific expression, and typography.

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