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  • Library of Santiago de Cárdenas , ()

    The eighteenth century gave birth to a celebrated character of the Peruvian history, whose memory has hardly survived until now, under the shadow of the Tradiciones peruanas (oral tradition stories) of Ricardo Palma, that called him “El Volador” (the flyer). This personage was Santiago de Cárdenas, native of Lima, ingenious...

  • Complete Anatomy of Man, by Martín Martínez (1728) ()

    Martin Martinez was a pioneer of modern science in Spain who lived in the seventeenth century. Doctor and philosopher, he served at the General Hospital of Madrid and directly to the monarch Felipe V. During his life he wrote various scientific and philosophical volumes, especially related to the human anatomy...

  • Anatomy, by Juan Bautista Juanini (1689) ()

    Juan Bautista Juanini was a Spanish doctor of the seventeenth century who dedicated himself to the investigation of scientific subjects related to anatomy, medicine and physical sciences. This first work that Cárdenas quotes, although it is an epistle, is around one hundred pages and is built up with the argument...

  • Digital Library of the Novohispanic Thinking

    The Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la UNAM has created a digital library that gathers critical editions of Novohispanic texts, arranged in the HTML format. The BdPn is a project dedicated to the publication of critical editions of printed texts and manuscripts published in Nueva España (Mexico) during the...