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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
- carefully at the skull you find, for example, that attached to the
- skull are the bones of the upper and lower jaws. They are properly
- attached like limbs. Thus the skull, too, has its limbs: the upper and
- lower jaws which are joined to it. Only in the skull the limbs are
- size, but in the skull they are stunted and are only a kind of bone
- if you observe the limbs of the skull, that is, the upper and lower
- study the head, or rather the skull, as skeleton; you must see how the
- vertebral theory of the skull, as it is termed. What is meant by this?
- was the first to observe (in a sheep skull, in Venice) how all head
- him to a conclusion of profound importance, namely: that the skull is
- It is comparatively easy to see that the skull bones arise out of the
- of the breast and a complete knowledge only of the head, of the skull.
- Thus, materialism made the discovery that the skull is descended from
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