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- Title: Goethe's Conception: Chapter VII: The Doctrine of Metamorphosis
- transformations of the vertebrae surrounding the spinal cord.
- sphenoid bones) as three transformed vertebrae; he maintains
- that three vertebrae are made visible to immediate sense
- has vertebrae in place of developed cranial bones, and which
- obviously terminal members of the vertebral column and spinal
- vertebrae than Goethe supposed, at least nine, appear to have
- vertebrae, and, in addition, the fact that in the embryonic
- composed of vertebral parts but develops out of a single
- the spinal cord and vertebrae. It is indeed admitted that the
- skull has originated from vertebrae, but it is denied that
- higher animals, are transformed vertebrae. It is said that a
- complete amalgamation of vertebrae into a cartilaginous
- original vertebral structure has entirely disappeared. The
- vertebra, but in accordance with the tasks they have to
- not, “How has a vertebra been transformed in order to
- vertebral form has passed over into an unorganised capsule. A
- The vertebral structure that is no longer sensibly
- In the cartilaginous skull-capsule the idea of the vertebral
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