Servetus and Calvin - Important Epoch in the Early History of the Reformation
Servetus and Calvin - Important Epoch in the Early History of the Reformation4.0 1 5 Scritto da: Robert Willis
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Of Servetus at this time I knew little or nothing, save that he had been burned as a heretic at Geneva by Calvin; and of his works I had seen no more than the extract in which he describes the pulmonary circulation. But meditating a revision and prospective publication of the Life of Harvey, with which I had prefaced my edition of his works, I went in search of further information concerning the ingenious anatomist who had not only outstripped his contemporaries, but his successors, by something like a century in making so important an induction as the Pulmonary Circulation. Nor had I far to go.
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