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Franz Joseph Gall examining the head of a pretty young girl, while three gentlemen wait inline. Depicts the idea of different minds and how the mind has different parts to it that make each individual unique.

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Illustration of fetal development during the 18th century and the understanding of the stages that a fetus goes through prior to birth. Reveals the strong knowledge that was gained during this enlightenment period and was a path to understanding how…

In this quote Adam Smith describes how a human craves for attention and affection. This can be clearly connected in context of Fantomina who constantly changed her personality to satisfy her such needs.

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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…

This website is an interesting article about the importance and roles of salons in the 18th century. It goes into detail about what a salon was and how they changed culture. It also going into detail about the opportunities these salons gave women…

A detailed annotation of a quote from "Oroonoko" by Aphra Behn that gives insight into the inner workings of his mind, including his views of revenge, suicide, and his own identity.

Humanity has the gift of the mind unlike other species. When these men and women were enslaved, they were stripped of their humanity and treated as nothing more than disposable objects.

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From UCSF Library, According to Baunscheidt, the Lebenswecker was designed to quickly puncture the skin, creating “artificial pores.” The “pores,” i.e. puncture wounds, were then covered with a proprietary irritating oil called “Oleum Baunscheidtii”…

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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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"The relation between the human physiognomy and that of the brute creation""Physiognomy is a practice of assessing a person's character or personality from their outer appearance—especially the face."
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