- Title Pages
Chapter One“Que les philosophes medicinassent”
Chapter TwoThe “Hydraulico-Pneumatico-Pyrotechnical Machine of Quasi-Perpetual Motion”
Chapter ThreeOrganic Bodies, Part I
Chapter FourOrganic Bodies, Part II: Context and Legacy
Chapter FiveThe Divine Preformation of Organic Bodies
Chapter SixGames of Nature, the Emergence of Organic Form, and the Problem of Spontaneity
Chapter SevenThe Nature and Boundaries of Biological Species
Appendix 1Directions Pertaining to the Institution of Medicine (1671)
Appendix 2The Animal Machine
Appendix 3The Human Body, Like That of Any Animal, Is a Sort of Machine (1680–86)
Appendix 4On Writing the New Elements of Medicine (1682–83)
Appendix 5On Botanical Method (1701)
- Divine Machines
Justin E. H. Smith
- Princeton University Press
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