Publisher Information: Leipzig: Gleditsch, 1686.
Bohn, Johann (1640-1718). Circulus anatomico-physiologicus, seu oeconomia corporis animalis. . . . 4to. , 479, pp. Leipzig: Joh. Friedrich Gleditsch, 1686. 190 x 152 mm. 20th cent. half calf, speckled boards. Some foxing and browning, small tear in title, but very good.Book Id: 38867
First Edition. Garrison-Morton 1355. Bohn's writings show him to have been "an expert on the then new anatomical and physiological discoveries . . . one of the innovators in physiology who completely forsook the Galenic tradition" (DSB).
In his Circulus anatomico-physiologicus, dedicated to Malpighi, Bohn stated that the reflex action was an entirely material and mechanical phenomenon, and showed that the nerves do not contain a "nerve juice." The DSB gives 1680 as the date of Bohn's work, probably in error, as OCLC cites no edition printed in that year..