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Thu Feb 12 22:07:59 2015 UTClccn-n790217420.06William Harvey and the mechanics of the heart /0.560.90Exercitatio anatomica de circulatione sanguinis ad Joannem Riolanum ... /29584187William_Harveyn 79021742255540Garve, Vil'am 1578-1657Garveĭ, Vilʹi︠a︡m 1578-1657Garvej.Garvej, V.Garvej, Vil'âm.Harvaeus, Guilielmus 1578-1657Harvaeus, Gulielmus 1578-1657Harvei, William 1578-1657Harveiius, Guilelmus 1578-1657Harveius, GuilielmusHarveius Guilielmus 1578-1657Harvejus, GuilielmusHarvejus, Guilielmus 1578-1657Harveus, Guilelmus 1578-1657Harveus, Guilielmus.Harveus Guilielmus 1578-1657Harveus , GuiljelmusHarveus, GulielmusHarveus, Gulielmus 1578-1657Harvey, Guglielmo 1578-1657Harvey, Guillaume.Harvey Guillaume 1578-1657Harvey, GuillermoHarvey, Guillermo 1578-1657Harvy 1578-1657 DoctorHarvy, Doctor (William), 1578-1657Harvy, William 1578-1657Гарвей, ВильямГарвей, Уильям 1578–1657ハアヴエイハーヴィ, ウィリアムlccn-n50050646Pasteur, Louis1822-1895lccn-n80063344Keynes, Geoffrey1887-1982autedttrllccn-n79003254Galilei, Galileo1564-1642lccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955lccn-n79004182Aristotlelccn-n80155913Curie, Marie1867-1934lccn-n50039793Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent1743-1794lccn-n80051862Humboldt, Alexander von1769-1859lccn-n79043849Freud, Sigmund1856-1939lccn-n80072469Meadows, A. J.(Arthur Jack)autHarvey, William1578-1657BiographyHistoryRecords and correspondenceAnecdotesSourcesPoetryBlood--CirculationEnglandSciencePhysiciansHarvey, William,PhysiologyPhysiologistsMedicineScientistsScience--Social aspectsPasteur, Louis,Humboldt, Alexander von,Curie, Marie,AristotleFreud, Sigmund,Galilei, Galileo,Einstein, Albert,Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent,Darwin, Charles,Faraday, Michael,Human anatomyEmbryologyGreat BritainGeologySurgeryEnglish literature--Early modernPolitics and literaturePuritan Revolution (Great Britain : 1642-1660)Literature and scienceHistoriographyParadise lost (Milton, John)ReproductionPhysiologists--BiographyIntellectual lifeAnatomistsBloodHuman anatomy--ResearchBlood--Circulation--ResearchHeartAnatomyMusclesUterusConceptionDe motu cordis (Harvey, William)Cardiovascular systemEpigenesisDiseases--Causes and theories of causationMuscles--PhysiologyHuman physiologyHolmes, Oliver Wendell,--Jr.,15781657161616181628163016361637163816391640164116421643164416451647164816491650165116521653165416551658165916601661166216651666166716681669167116731674167516801682168316841685168716881689169516971699170017011705172017311734173617371739174417511753175617641766177817801781179417971799180918161821182418251828183018311832183418391840184118441845184618471849185018511852185318541857185818591862186518691871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418861887188818891891189218931894189518961897189818991900190319051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194819491950195119521953195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920112012201320142015308019752094612.13QP26.H3ocn049294022ocn000612634ocn006716437ocn012315631ocn008295224ocn003722686ocn001929006ocn002898060ocn000124809ocn005037307ocn455956532ocn832175376Physiologists165228ocn049294022file18890.28Harvey, William(On the) motion of the heart and blood in animals"The circulation of the blood within the vertebrate body and its maintenance by the action of the heart, a discovery with which the name of Harvey will be forever linked, has come to occupy an especially sacred niche in the history of science. Its unique status has been ascribed to the belief that with a few simple questions Harvey challenged the time-honored Church-sanctioned authorities of Aristotle and Galen, and with the aid of experiments established the circulation as a scientific truth, thereby placing the experimental method in biology and medicine upon a firm foundation. The facts, as they actually unfold, are more informative than the legend of villain and hero that history tends to construct in response to man's love of fable and parable, in religion as well as in history, in politics as well as in social or intellectual theory"--Book. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)+-+19030242351233103ocn001929006book16280.87Harvey, WilliamExercitatio anatomica de motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibusIncludes a digitized facsimile of the 1628 Frankfurt edition of Harvey's De motu cordis from the copy in the Warnock Library; with commentary by Robert G. Frank, Jr. and the English translation by Geoffrey Keynes. Text is searchable and displays may be magnified+-+166332643682615ocn000830444book19100.30Eliot, Charles WilliamScientific papers : physiology, medicine, surgery, geologyHistoryBiographySources74730ocn000612634book16160.70Harvey, WilliamLectures on the whole of anatomy; an annotated translation of Prelectiones anatomiae universalisHistory46767ocn011741804book16510.87Harvey, WilliamExercitationes de generatione animalium quibus accedunt quædam de partu, de membranis ac humoribus uteri & de conceptione36823ocn018557547book18470.80Harvey, WilliamThe works of William HarveyBiographyRecords and correspondenceEmbryologie / Befruchtung / Tier33118ocn012203671book16530.87Harvey, WilliamAnatomical exercitations concerning the generation of living creatures to which are added particular discourses of births and of conceptions, &c.28715ocn005037307book19060.74Harvey, WilliamAn anatomical disquisition on the motion of the heart & blood in animalsHistory27518ocn012315631book19590.89Harvey, WilliamDe motu locali animalium, 162727318ocn012904848book16490.90Harvey, WilliamExercitatio anatomica de circulatione sanguinis ad Joannem Riolanum ...26411ocn003722686book19570.82Harvey, WilliamMovement of the heart and blood in animals; an anatomical essay23813ocn006716437book18470.77Harvey, WilliamWorksHistoryKreislauf / Blut23521ocn001927282book19640.87Harvey, WilliamAnatomical lectures: Prelectiones anatomie universalis, De musculisAnatomie / Harvey, William23111ocn012716274book16690.89Betts, JohnDe ortu et natura sanguinisAttributed to John Betts by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints. "Anatomia Thomæ Parri annum centesimum quinquagesimum secundum & novem menses aâgentis Cum Guliellmi Harvæé aliorumque adstantium medicorum regiorum observationibus" p. [317]-325. Errata sheet at end. Contains errors in pagination. Reproduction of original in the British Library. (marc) 12716274. (stc) Wing B2087. (vid) 66238. (DLPS) A27552.0001.001. http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A27552.0001.001. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html. This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. Searching, reading, printing, or downloading EEBO-TCP texts is reserved for the authorized users of these project partner institutions. Permission must be granted for subsequent distribution, in print or electronically, of this text, in whole or in part. Please contact project staff at eebotcp-info@umich.edu for further information or permissions. Blood -- Early works to 1800. Harvey, William, 1578-165722413ocn012259416book16530.85Harvey, WilliamThe anatomical exercises of Dr. William Harvey, professor of physick, and physician to the Kings Majesty, concerning the motion of the heart and blood20012ocn014602618book19580.85Harvey, WilliamThe circulation of the blood. Two anatomical essays1916ocn007933720book16850.87Grove, RobertRoberti Grovii, Carmen de sanguinis circuitu a Gulielmo Harvaeo Anglo, primum invento adjecta sunt miscellanea quaedamPoetryAnecdotes18523ocn006150717book16480.89Harvey, WilliamAn anatomical dissertation upon the movement of the heart and blood in animals, being a statement of the discovery of the circulation of the blood18211ocn005051492book16280.87Harvey, WilliamExercitatio anatomica de motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibus : being a facsimile of the 1628 Francofurti edition, together with the Keynes English translation of 19281816ocn012158456book16730.87Harvey, WilliamThe anatomical exercises of Dr. William Harvey, professor of physick, and physician to King Charles the first concerning the motion of the heart and blood : with the preface of Zachariah Wood, physician of Roterdam : to which is added, Dr. James de Back, his Discourse of the heart, physician in ordinary to the town of Roterdam14323ocn016228275book19870.21Meadows, A. JThe great scientistsHistoryBiographyA history of science as understood through the lives of twelve of its great practitioners, "The Great Scientists" combines vivid biography, extensive commentary on the social and historical events of the time, and over four hundred illustrations, the majority in full color+-+85715704653248504ocn000556774book19660.56Keynes, GeoffreyThe life of William HarveyBiography7463ocn034151491book19960.60Rogers, JohnThe matter of revolution : science, poetry, and politics in the age of MiltonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJohn Rogers addresses the literary and ideological consequences of the remarkable, if improbable, alliance between science and politics in seventeenth-century England. He looks at the cultural intersections between the English and Scientific Revolutions, concentrating on a body of work created in a brief but potent burst of intellectual activity during the period of the Civil Wars, the Interregnum, and the earliest years of the Stuart Restoration. Rogers traces the broad implications of a seemingly outlandish cultural phenomenon: the intellectual imperative to forge an ontological connection between physical motion and political action. The work of the writers whom Rogers discusses - John Milton, Andrew Marvell, Gerrard Winstanley, William Harvey, and Margaret Cavendish - spans the spectrum of genres from medical treatise to epic poem. Despite their differences, each text participates in or reacts to one of the least understood intellectual movements in early modern England, a short-lived embrace of philosophical idealism that Rogers identifies as the Vitalist Moment. Each writer, he asserts, struggled to reconcile the new materialist science of corpuscular motion and interaction with the new political philosophy of popular sovereignty and consensus+-+83878965357453ocn122417109file20030.06Shackelford, JoleWilliam Harvey and the mechanics of the heartHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the eminent seventeenth century physician and scientist who discovered the functions of the heart, arteries, and veins in the circulation of blood+-+84957604656554ocn030318776book19940.06Yount, LisaWilliam Harvey : discoverer of how blood circulatesHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the man who discovered the circulation of the blood and the use of the heart as a pump+-+263954943564310ocn012665490book19570.63Chauvois, LouisWilliam Harvey: his life and times, his discoveries, his methodsBiography6277ocn005939562book19780.67Frank, Robert GreggHarvey and the Oxford physiologists : a study of scientific ideasHistoryBiography5683ocn000147940book19710.70Whitteridge, GwenethWilliam Harvey and the circulation of the blood4543ocn004570109book19790.70William Harvey and his age : the professional and social context of the discovery of the circulationHistoryBiographyConference proceedings4232ocn000888502book19610.60Franklin, Kenneth JWilliam Harvey, Englishman, 1578-16573942ocn781432177book20130.29Wright, ThomasWilliam Harvey : a life in circulationHistoryBiography3714ocn001091360book19670.80Pagel, WalterWilliam Harvey's biological ideas : selected aspects and historical backgroundHistory3606ocn025048770book19830.50Hamburger, JeanThe diary of William Harvey : the imaginary journal of the physician who revolutionized medicineHistoryFictionDiary fictionPar un romancier, médecin et homme de science, le journal intime imaginaire d'un grand médecin anglais du début du 17e siècle qui découvrit la circulation du sang et eut Charles 1er pour patient. Dans une postface l'auteur déclare avoir apporté le plus de rigueur possible au récit des événements et ne s'être permis quelque liberté que pour les circonstances demeurées totalement dans l'ombre (cf. p. 281). De nombreuses pages évoquent avec finesse les événements politiques, intellectuels et artistiques du 17e siècle3293ocn028890034book19940.77French, R. KWilliam Harvey's natural philosophyHistoryThis book, the most extensive discussion of Harvey to be published for over twenty-five years, reports extensively on the views of those who wrote for and against him. It is a study of a major change in natural philosophy and of the forces which acted for and, equally important, against change. In a period traditionally central to historians of science, it is argued here that natural philosophy, and particularly Harvey's specialty within it - anatomy - was theocentric. Harvey's contribution was experiment; and the revolution which occurred in the seventeenth century was concerned not with science but with experiment and the status of natural knowledge+-+40800967053274ocn013903985book19620.17Marcus, Rebecca BWilliam Harvey; trailblazer of scientific medicineBiography of the discoverer of blood circulation and how he achieved his scientific triumphs only after great effort and hours of experimentation and observation. Grades 6-93172ocn002400143book19650.77Keele, Kenneth DWilliam Harvey; the man, the physician, and the scientist3144ocn001256917book19750.21Weiss, DavidPhysician extraordinary : a novel of the life and times of William HarveyFiction3091ocn746941286file0.39William Harvey29211ocn007023028book18970.80Power, D'ArcyWilliam HarveyBiography2423ocn002120186book19750.14Neil, EricWilliam Harvey and the circulation of the bloodHistoryTheories of the heart and blood before Harvey - Life of William Harvey - De Motu Cordis - Reactions to De Motu Cordis - Harvey's work on animal generation - After Harvey___+-+1903024235+-+1903024235Fri Feb 13 11:05:14 EST 2015batch60103