Stuttering: A Short History of a Curious Disorder

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1.
It is instructive to note that some of the beliefs held during this period continued to find advocacy in the nineteenth century--and beyond. At the same time, in contrast, certain pithy observations occasionally surfaced during this an, as well in earlier times.
2.
As later discussion will reveal, speech itself was perplexing to these men. For an excellent, relatively brief, review of the history of medicine, see Boorstin The Discoverers, Part X, and certain other chapters in Book Three of that source.
3.
It deserves mention that Aristotle, in contrast, saw life as a single process of the whole living organism, not as something that occurred when "spirits" or "pneuma" were added to bodily organs. Aristotle's view of the unity of fife processes was an incentive to Harvey's work on the circulation of the blood.
4.
It should be noted that Galen also wrote extensively on drama, grammar, philosophy and rhetoric.
5.
A nickname by which he is known historically. He was born Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim.
6.
Translated title of Vesalius! folio: On the Structure of the Human Body. Of Copernicus ' work: On the Movement of the Heavenly Bodies.
7.
See Scramuzza, Chapter II.
8.
Al Razi's full name was Abu Bakr Zakariyya al-Razi. Avicenna is the Latinized name of Abu Ali al-Husain ibn-Abdallah ibn-Sina.
9.
See also Van Riper ( 1971) who lists a variant of this word, and also "rattat."
10.
"Canon" is the Latin title for this work. Its original title is the al-Qanun fi al-Tibb.
11.
His known works also include close to one hundred treatises on art, astronomy, geometry, philology, philosophy and theology.
12.
For example: "Of compound fruits and flowers."; "Of certain cements and quarries."; "Of the medium of sounds."; "Of caterpillars."
13.
Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. Note the title. The work was written in Latin; translation into English was published in 1729.

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