Brunschwig


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(brūn'shwig),
Alexander, U.S. surgeon, 1901-1969. See: Brunschwig operation.
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Brunschwig refers back to classical Chinese painting, which stands in stark contrast to the window-canvas of Renaissance perspectival theory, with its convention of keeping the surface affixed to the armature of an easel.
Esta nota refleja de tal modo la posicion de Aubenque en este libro, que Brunschwig (1964), pp.
The dining room features documentary, hand-screened wall covering from Brunschwig & Fils that Robert Dean installed over 30 years ago for his brother.
72) En este sentido, la lectura de Brunschwig coincidiria con la interpretacion adoptada por Berti (2005:279) quien cree que se debe diferenciar doxa de endoxa.
Lo anterior inclinaria a pensar que el texto de Ross (al conservar la frase "[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]) aventaja al de Brunschwig por cuanto refleja de mejor manera el uso destructivo de las definiciones recursivas en la practica dialectica.
Under the terms of the new agreements, alvetex will be distributed and sold under the reinnervate brand by regional distributors of life sciences research products-Generon (UK), Biozol GmbH (Germany), Chemie Brunschwig AG (Switzerland), THP Medical Products (Austria), In Vitro AS (Denmark), Euroclone (Italy), and Bio Connect (the Benelux region).
Cio che accomuna Brunschwig e Celan, sostiene Librett, consiste nel tentative di rimanere fedeli a certe rappresentazioni di astratta materialita o figurativita che si riconnettono sia all'ebraismo che alle tradizioni moderniste e di avanguardie.
Brunschwig, Papers in Hellenistic Philosophy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp.
El aleman Hieronymus Brunschwig (14501533), uno de los primeros autores de textos de cirugia de guerra, propuso que el repunte de la mortalidad se debia a un "envenenamiento de la sangre" causada por la polvora, e incluso propuso en su libro De cirugia en 1497, que el tratamiento debia enfocarse en extraer esta peligrosa sustancia (12).
Leibniz, George Wilhelm (1710), Essais de Theodicee, Brunschwig, Jacques (ed.
Despite some important exceptions such as Kim Mulholland, William Cohen, Robert Ageron, and Henri Brunschwig, few scholars sought to interweave French colonial and metropolitan history, leaving colonial history to military historians and area studies specialists.
8) Como senala Jacques Brunschwig en "Rule and Exception: On the Aristotelian Theory of Equity", p.