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Author Wollock, Jeffrey L.

Title The noblest animate motion : speech, physiology, and medicine in pre-Cartesian linguistic thought / Jeffrey Wollock.

Published Amsterdam ; Philadelphia, PA : J. Benjamins Pub., [1997]
©1997

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 UniM Store  Q40391    AVAILABLE
Physical description l, 462 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series 3, Studies in the history of the language sciences ; v. 83.
Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series III, Studies in the history of the language sciences ; v. 83.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [373]-423) and indexes.
Contents Ch. 1. Traditional Concepts of Speech and Speech Defect -- Ch. 2. Classification of Speech Defect in the Aristotelian Problems -- Ch. 3. Galenic Classification of Speech Defect and Disorder -- Ch. 4. "Thin" Voice or "Checked" Voice? Galen's Lost Theory -- Ch. 5. Moisture and the Tongue, Place and Manner of Articulation: The Tradition of Aphorism vi.32 up to the Renaissance -- Ch. 6. Moisture and the Tongue in the Renaissance -- Ch. 7. Speech Disorder and Melancholy in the Classical and Medieval Period -- Ch. 8. Speech Disorder and Melancholy in the Renaissance -- Ch. 9. Sanctorius: Galenus contra Galenum -- Appendix. Six Galenic Classifications of Speech Defect and Disorder, 14th-17th Centuries.
Subject Speech -- Research -- History.
Speech disorders -- Research -- History.
ISBN 1556196202