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Beyond the Neuro-Realism Fallacy

From John R. Mallard’s Hand-painted MRI Image of a Mouse to BioArt Scenarios

Silvia Casini

his hands that Mallard persuaded stakeholders of the clinical usefulness of the MRI technology and of the need to invest resources into the development of a human body size scanner. This image became a milestone in the development of the world’s first whole-body MRI scanner, an extraordinary piece

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Carter Vaughn Findley

measure about 1.8–2.0 mm. high. Smaller type sizes and possibly other inconsistencies appear in the 1820s volumes. Using the system of measuring eighteenth-century type sizes defined in Gaskell ( Bibliography , 12–16), the body size of the type in the first two folios is 150, reduced to 142 in the third

G. Willem Ovink

. Ser. 3, Printer's manuals 2, London 1965), pp. 22 ff. 100 TABLE I Body sizes according to Moxon and Smith in ems/foot Sizes missing in Moxon's table are given between brackets as interpo- lated by Smith. See also Table XI in part 2 of this article. * Figures originally given by Smith as

Frans A. Janssen

Rousseau typographe ). This book focuses on the ‘rhétorique matérielle’, on all aspects that contribute to the transmission of the text such as format, type faces and body sizes, layout of title-page and text-pages, headlines, initials, indication of paragraphs, leading, marginalia, paratext (including

require a new edition. Only the industrial techniques have changed. Letterpress printing from composed metal types had to give way to electronic composition for laser 'image-setters' and offset printing. The obvious differences are quantitative. More typefaces are available in more body-sizes on more

Frans A. Janssen

– after c .1850 (with Pickering among others). 13 Preliminaries . Bertrand-Quinquet follows a tradition when he states that prefaces must be set in a larger body size than that of the main text, while a dedication – to be placed right after the title-leaf – is set in italics; he turns against the

Gerard Unger

Épître, Fran?ols-Ambroise also observes typographical practices which feature prominently in Baskerville's work, such as its sober and uncomplicated typography and its title-pages with their text set in widely spaced capitals and a carefully weighed-up progression from large to small body sizes. Unlike

Aviezer Tucker

affects the prior probabilities of historical hypotheses. Historical scientists discover new traces, and extract more information from known traces by developing or applying new theories. For example, correlations between teeth, jaws, cranium, and body size infer vast information from the discovery or

G. Willem Ovink

G.WILLEM OVINK From Fournier to metric, and from lead to film 2* Developments in the U.K. and the U.S.A.-Standard line-Metrication §11. Great Britain As we have already seen, there was no shortage in Great Britain of com- plaints about the chaos in body sizes - inadmissible differences in dimen

PETER ,J. Lucas

): d, f, g, H, i, r, s, t; p, 6; E, S, D; P 'J. They are combined with Haultin's Pica Roman, but whereas the Pica Roman on its own has a body size of 84 mm per 20 lines, when combined with the Anglo-Saxon special sorts the body size is 96 mm, i.c. English-size. Even then there is overlap between lines