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A visual representation of the parts of the brain and how they are corrupted when guilt and evil is introduced.

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This is a drawing of two figures and puzzle pieces, which represent the conscious and unconscious mind inside of one brain.

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An emotional image series of a collage representing Locke's ideas on Mens Rea. The images are in the order to view. The black and white images are the soul's thoughts while the color is the body's thoughts. The images progress from a thought to a…

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The base of the brain and the spinal cord are at left. The spinal cord and vertebrae are at right. This exhibit is part of the collections held at the Javier Puerta Museum of Anatomy, at the Faculty of Medicine of the Complutense University of…

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This shows an 18th-century engraving of the head and brain, created by Jan Wandelaar, who was famous at the time period for creating engravings of human anatomy as well as nature. This image gives an understanding for us today of the depth of…

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From the Yale Library of Medicine, this drawing depicts a traumatic brain injury operation on cerebral cortex

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From Yale library of medicine, this drawing depicts the approach to the trigeminal ganglion for treatment of trigeminal neuralgia – bony removal

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Phrenological chart of Gall, Eustache, and Chauffron. Gall was a German anatomist and physiologist who created phrenology. According to the Wellcome Library, Eustache was a "a slave from the Dominican republic who came to be awarded a 'prize for…

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From the British Library, Samuel Taylor Coleridge often linked poetry to dreams, and maintained that the imagination was equally active in both. His dreams were at times fuelled by his use of opium. After initially using the drug as a medical…
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