By Brian Muñoz, Matthew Landers
Throughout early sleek Europe, the starting to be medical perform of dissection brought on new and insightful principles in regards to the human physique. This number of essays explores the effect of anatomical wisdom on wider problems with studying and tradition.
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27 With regard to sectioning, Crooke arranges the text of Mikrokosmografia into thirteen books, with 294 chapters. To these chapters he adds 178 ‘Questions’, which, for all purposes, form additional chapters that address the controversies of the various books. Taken together, Crooke divides the text of Mikrokosmografia 485 times. The frequency of Crooke’s divisions is no accident. Sections, or ‘parts’, take on philosophic importance in the argument for Mikrokosmografia. As with Vesalius, the issue for Crooke is one of systematic arrangement, though at first the organizing Early Modern Dissection as a Model of Organization 17 principle of the text is not always apparent.
Without a primary concern for logical constraints. In order to write an ‘epitome’ of an individual life or action (as, for instance, in the many biographical novels of the eighteenth century) the author must resort to cutting information (time, location, voice) into parts. In the case of an author like Laurence Sterne, the sectioning of time, location and voice can be extreme – almost unintelligible. However, the relations that exist between the parts of an account are functional in advancing the narratological goals of the author.
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Anatomy and the Organization of Knowledge, 1500–1850 by Brian Muñoz, Matthew Landers