L3 - HPS319 Medicine in the 18th Century Lecture 3 1 HPS Sci-Fi movie Group Thursdays 5-8 beginning sept 22 Em 001 Join other students in HPS in

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1 • HPS319 • Medicine in the • 18th Century • Lecture 3
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2 HPS Sci-Fi movie Group •Thursdays 5-8 beginning sept 22 •Em 001 •Join other students in HPS in discussing the themes of science and technology in a collection of Awesome Science fiction movies. Exploring Science and Technology in popular culture
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3 •SCHEDULE: •Sept 22: Metropolis (PG) •Sept 29: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (PG) •Oct 6: The Road to Wellville (R) •Oct 13: RoboCop (R) •Oct 20: Dr. Strange Love (R) •Oct 27: Minority Report (PG-13) •Nov 3: Equilibrium (R) •Nov 10: Star Trek 2: Wrath of Kahn (PG) •Nov 17: Wall–E (G) •Nov 29: Gattaca (PG-13) •Dec 1: Ghost in the Shell (PG-13)
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4 IHPST Film Group Presents: 20,000 Leagues under the Sea •Join us to watch and discuss the 1954 adaptation of Jules Verne’s most famous work •5 pm Thursday sept 29 in EM 001
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5 The writing clinic The writing clinic is a service provided to undergraduate students in HPS courses. It is intended to help them to establish the skills required for effective essay writing in HPS courses. This year's clinicians are: Chris Belanger, Agnes Bolinska, Anthony Kulic, and Sylvia Nickerson. Email: ihpst . [email protected] .ca
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6 Tutorials • Tuesdays from 3 to 4 pm - NF007 • Wednesdays from 2 to 3 pm - EM108 • Thursdays from 9 to 10 am - NF332
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7 - Keywords: - Padua - William Harvey - Invisible technician - Treatise of Man - Automaton
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8 -Agenda: - VISUALIZING THE BODY. - THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF ANATOMY - COMBINATION OF NEW MEDICAL THEORIES AND OLD MEDICAL PRACTICES . - THE BODY IN NUMBERS - THE NERVOUS BODY
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9 MICROSCOPE AS THE HUMAN BODY WAS INTEGRATED INTO EXPERIMENTAL CULTURE , THE STUDY OF BODILY PARTS WAS ALSO CARRIED OUT THROUGH MICROSCOPES
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10 • The microscope offered the possibility to explore a realm where even the smallest of visible beings were found to show bodily structures in minute and previously unimaginable detail .
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11 • - WE TEND TO TAKE FOR GRANTED NOW THAT INSTRUMENTS SUCH AS THE MICROSCOPE PROVIDE A BETTER INSIGHT INTO NATURE . • BUT IN THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD THERE WAS NO SUCH CONSENSUS .
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12 IN FACT THOSE WHO DID BELIEVE IN MICROSCOPES PUT A LOT OF EFFORT IN ELABORATING WAYS TO COMMUNICATE TO OTHERS THE VIEW THAT THE MICROSCOPE BROUGHT ABOUT A BETTER KNOWLEDGE OF NATURE.
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13 Virtual witnessing NATURAL INQUIRERS ENGAGED IN EXPERIMENTAL PURSUITS ALSO USED PARTICULARLY PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES OF COMMUNICATION . FOR INSTANCE, WRITING ACCOUNTS OF WHAT THEY SAW THAT WERE SUCH THAT DIRECTLY INVOLVED THEIR READERS SO THAT BY READING THE REPORTS, READERS WOULD BECOME AS IT WERE ‘VIRTUAL WITNESSES’ .
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14 • THEY DID SO BY VISUALIZING WHAT THEY SAW IN INTERESTING WAYS LIKE ROBERT HOOKE I N MICROGRAFIA
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15 • R. Hooke, • Micrografia (1664): • Microscope
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18 Antonie van Leeuwenhoek • Sperm of dogs and rabbits (1678)
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19 Homunculus (N.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course HPS 319 taught by Professor L.dacome during the Fall '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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L3 - HPS319 Medicine in the 18th Century Lecture 3 1 HPS Sci-Fi movie Group Thursdays 5-8 beginning sept 22 Em 001 Join other students in HPS in

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