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Quels langages et images pour représenter le corps humain ?

Abstract : The history of sciences can't be reduced to analyzing the knowledge as a content or through its prooves? It must also grasp its lexical and symbolic innovations, which contribute to the emergence of the scientific objects as such. Indeed naming and representing, the vocabulary and the iconography, have both permitted to the modern medicine to characterize and to seize its own object, the human body, and to assess its legitimacy for its knowledge.
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Sarah Carvallo. Quels langages et images pour représenter le corps humain ?. Jean-Yves Beziaux. La pointure du symbole, Petra, pp.117-170, 2014. ⟨hal-01009242⟩

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