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Verbeke G. R. (1975). Nemesius d'Emese: De natura hominis. Leiden: Brill, 260 p. A. (198Oa). Albertus Magnus on the suppositional necessity in the natural sciences. 151 In: J. : Albertus Magnus and the Sciences. Commemorative Essays. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Sciences. pp. 103-128. A. (1980b). The scientific methodology of St. Albert the Great. In: G. Mayer and A. : Albertus Magnus, Doctor Universalis. Walberberger Studien 6: 385-407. Weiseipl J. (1980). The life and works of St.

3, cap. 5, p. 502. For a more complete discourse see Bonne 1935; Diihnert 1934; Ogarek 1931; Reylly 1934; Schneider 1903. Schneider, 1903, p. 142 ff. De somno et vigilia, lib. 1, tr. 2, cap. 9. p. 152 (ed. Borgnet). Summa de creaturis Quaestio XX, p. 17Off. (ed. Borgnet). De somno et vigilia, lib. 2, tr. 1, cap. 4, p. 163. Ibid, lib. 1, tr. 2, cap. 8, p. 150 f. Modern neurology discriminates between three types of sleep-related seizures: those occurring when the patient falls asleep, those appearing during the state of deep sleep with synchronized slow waves in the electroencephalogram and those fits triggered by the process of awakening (Janz 1969).

80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. De anima, lib. 2, tr. 3, cap. 14. De sensu et sensato (trans!. by Akdogan 1978), cap. 14, p. 183. Ibid, cap. 14. p. 182 ff. Ibid, p. 192. Summa de homine, Vo!. II, Quaestio XXI, p. 196. De anima, lib. 2, tr. 3, cap. 7. Ibid, lib. 2, tr. 3, cap. 14. De sensu et sensato, cap. 14, p. 184. It is probable that Albert believed (as Roger Bacon) that the lens is normally placed in the centre of the eyeball. Telfer 1955; Verbeke, Moncho 1975.

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