Aristotelische Biologie: Intentionen, Methoden, Ergebnisse by Wolfgang Kullmann, Sabine (Ed) Follinger

By Wolfgang Kullmann, Sabine (Ed) Follinger

ADie Aufsatze des inhaltsreichen Sammelbandes dokumentieren ein hohes Diskussions- und Forschungsniveau. Das anvisierte Ziel, den philosophischen Hintergrund der aristotelischen Biologie verstandlich zu machen und Aristoteles als empirischen Naturforscher zu wurdigen, ist erreicht worden. Als besondere Verdienste des Buches sind die Dokumentation des Reichtums der aristotelischen Naturwissenschaft sowie ihre Entlastung vom Vorwurf der Antiquiertheit zu betrachten.o Zeitschrift fur philosophische Forschung oOverall, this can be a huge contribution to the learn of either Aristotle's philosophy and old technology [a] this quantity demanding situations the reader to contemplate new techniques to likely intractable and tedious difficulties in Aristotelian scholarship. And the simplest of those papers exhibit surely that it will be significant to review the organic works in an effort to comprehend Aristotle's equipment and concerns.o magazine of Hellenistic reviews. (Franz Steiner 1997)

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The architects commissioned were, in most cases, local men who had gained experience from a range of public projects, like John Foulston in Cornwall, John Wing in Bedfordshire and W. Cole Junior in Cheshire. Alternatively, they were men with an established reputation in institutional architecture, like Richard Ingleman who had designed prisons and houses of correction, or William Stark who had produced the impressive Glasgow Asylum and had published a book on asylum construction. Designs reflected the twin strands of custody and of cure, combining elements of both the penitentiary and the infirmary.

His proposals centred round the development of institutions financed by subscription to provide this facility, supplemented by ratesupported provision for parish paupers. 22 Paul's analysis and proposals for reform were taken up by Charles Williams-Wynn, the Under-Secretary of State at the Home Office (and a nephew of Grenville, the Prime Minister). Through his efforts a Select Committee was established during 1807, composed of several reformers of either Benthamite or Evangelical leanings (including William Wilberforce, Samuel Romilly, George Rose and Samuel Whitbread).

29 More significant than providing the machinery for counties to act together were the provisions to enable county justices to unite with the subscribers of existing or projected voluntary asylums. The legislation followed Paul in explicitly acknowledging the advantages of the existing subscription asylums, which provided for 'Lunatics of all Descriptions', and were able to utilize the higher payments of the better-off to subsidize the poorer patients. It was 'fit and expedient to support and encourage such laudable institutions', and might be 'of great advantage' if asylums to be erected under the Act were connected with a voluntary susbcription asylum.

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