Anatomy / Guus van der Bie
Can we give a scientific basis to our feeling that human morphology has unique features? Are the human mind and the human anatomy ‘nothing but’ yet another variation of animal life? Can we find answers to these questions that satisfy both our hearts and our minds?
The answer to these questions depends on the scientific method we use. In this publication two methods are used: the current scientific method to learn about anatomical facts is combined with the 4-step approach to understand the meaning of these facts.
Human morphology then shows itself to be the expression of the unique and characteristic qualities of the human being.
This results in new possibilities for understanding the relationship between consciousness, psychology, behavior, and morphological aspects of the body.
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