Soemmerring

Soem·mer·ring

(sŏrm'ĕr-ing),
Samuel Thomas von, German anatomist, 1755-1830. See: Soemmerring ganglion, Soemmerring ligament, Soemmerring muscle, Soemmerring spot, ring of Soemmerring.
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Samuel Thomas von Soemmerring (1755-1830) desintegra el glosofaringeo e hipogloso y los describe como IX y XII, respectivamente, como hasta nuestros dias [4].
La historia en la nomenclatura de los nervios craneales se remonta a la primera clasificacion rostro caudal realizada por Claudius Galeno (129 a 216) la cual genero un listado con siete pares de nervios craneales; posteriormente Thomas Willis (1621 a 1675) reorganizo el listado con 10 pares de nervios, en el cual el par numero siete integra una porcion dura correspondiente al facial y una porcion blanda equivalente al auditivo; mas adelante Samuel Soemmerring (1755 a 1830) desintegro el VII par craneal de Willis y separo al VII como facial y al VIII como auditivo y paralela a esta clasificacion Heinrich August Wrisberg (1739 a 1808) describio al componente sensitivo del facial con la denominacion de "nervio intermediario" (2).
How to tell life and death apart if death, as Buchner's contemporary, the German physician Thomas von Soemmerring tried to prove, did not occur immediately upon decapitation?
Responding to Samuel Thomas Soemmerring's research on these "cranial waters," Kant speculates, in Gigante's wording, that "the cerebral moisture that Soemmerring called soul provided material evidence for a symbolic unity in multeity, the unity of the transcendental self" (173).
Although the German philosopher and lawyer Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel cited lack of education as the reason for women's lesser intellect as early as 1792 and the German anatomist Samuel Thomas von Soemmerring noted in 1796 that the female skull was relatively larger than the male skull when compared to their respective skeletons, the majority of their contemporaries chose to see intelligence as an innate characteristic independent of education and relative skull size.