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245 00 Vital matters :|beighteenth-century views of conception, 
       life, and death /|cedited by Helen Deutsch and Mary 
       Terrall. 
264  1 Toronto :|bUniversity of Toronto Press,|c[2012] 
264  4 |c©2012 
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505 00 |tFrontmatter --|tContents --|tFigures --|tAcknowledgments
       --|tIntroduction --|t1. Living with Lucretius --|t2. 
       Dismantl'd Souls: The Verse Epistle, Embodied Subjectivity,
       and Poetic Animation --|t3. Girodet and the Eternal Sleep 
       --|t4. Tristram Shandy and the Art of Conception --|t5. 
       Material Impressions: Conception, Sensibility, and 
       Inheritance --|t6. Misconceiving the Heir: Mind and Matter
       in the Warming Pan Propaganda --|t7. From the Man-Machine 
       to the Automaton-Man: The Enlightenment Origins of the 
       Mechanistic Imagery of Humanity --|t8. The 'Fair Savage': 
       Empiricism and Essence in Sarah Fielding's The History of 
       Ophelia --|t9. Food and Feeling: 'Digestive Force' and the
       Nature of Morbidity in Vitalist Medicine --|t10. The 
       Divine Touch, or Touching Divines: John Hunter, David Hume,
       and the Bishop of Durham's Rectum --|t11. The Value of a 
       Dead Body --|t12. Noticing Death: Funeral Invitations and 
       Obituaries in Early Modern Britain --|tContributors --
       |tIndex 
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650  0 Life (Biology)|xPhilosophy|xHistory|y18th century. 
650  0 Matter|xPhilosophy|xHistory|y18th century. 
700 1  Deutsch, Helen, 
700 1  Terrall, Mary, 
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