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Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Claude Bernard, An Introduction to the Study of Experi-
mental Medicine,
trans. H. C. Greene (New York, 1927; 2nd
ed., 1949); idem, Leçons sur les phénomènes de la vie com-
muns aux animaux et aux végétaux
(Paris, 1878-79). W. B.
Cannon, The Wisdom of the Body (New York, 1932). René
Dubos, Man Adapting (New Haven, 1965); idem, So Human
an Animal
(New York, 1968). L. J. Henderson, The Fitness
of the Environment
(New York, 1913); idem, Blood, A Study
in General Physiology
(New Haven, 1928). Frederic L.
Holmes, “Origins of the Concept of the Milieu Intérieur,”
Claude Bernard and Experimental Medicine, eds. F. Grande
and M. Visscher (Cambridge, Mass., 1967). Hippocrates, Of
Airs, Water, and Places,
trans. W. Jones (New York, 1931).
Huang Ti Nei Ching Su Wen, The Yellow Emperor's Classic
of Internal Medicine,
trans. Veith Ilza (Baltimore, 1949).
E. Harris Olmsted, “Historical Phrases in the Influence
of Bernard's Scientific Generalizations in England and
America,” Claude Bernard and Experimental Medicine, eds.
F. Grande and M. Visscher (Cambridge, Mass., 1967). Max
von Pettenkoffer, “The Value of Health to a City,” Bulletin
of the History of Medicine,
10 (1941), 487-503. Benjamin
Ward Richardson, Hygeia: A City of Health (London, 1876).
Norbert Wiener, “The Concept of Homeostasis in Medicine,”
Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians in
Philadelphia,
20 (1953), 87-93; idem, I Am A Mathematician
(New York, 1956).

RENÉ DUBOS

[See also Biological Models; Conservation; Environment
and Culture;
Evolutionism; Genetic Continuity; Primitiv-
ism; Psychological Theories.]