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CONTENTS Acknowledgments xi Abbreviations xiv Introduction 1 1 Apin’s Cabinet of Printed Curiosities 41 2 Thinking through Plural Images of Logic 75 3 The Visible Order of Student Lecture Notebooks 115 4 Visual Thinking in Logic Notebooks and Alba amicorum 147 5 The Generation of Art as the Generation of Philosophy 173 Appendix 1 Catalogue of Surviving Impressions of Philosophical Plural Images 211 Appendix 2 Transcriptions of the Texts Inscribed onto Philosophical Plural Images 217 Notes 273 Bibliography 293 Index 303 Illustration Credits 316 Without an image thinking is impossible. —­ Aristotle, On Memory ...


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