See also:Spanish physician and psychologist, was
See also:born at
See also:Port (
See also:Navarre) about 1530, was educated at the university of Huesca, where he graduated in
See also:medicine, and, though it appears doubtful whether he practised as a physician at Huesca, distinguished himself by his professional skill and heroic zeal during the plague which devastated
See also:Baeza in 1566 . He died in 1592 . His Examen de ingenios para
See also:las ciencias (1573) won him a
See also:European reputation, and was translated by Lessing . Though now superseded, Huarte's
See also:treatise is historically interesting as the first attempt to show the connexion between psychology and physiology, and its acute ingenuity is as remarkable as the boldness of its views .
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