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Descartes' idea of vision, 1692.

Descartes' (1596-1650) idea of vision, [1692]. The passage of nervous impulses from the eye to the pineal gland and so to the muscles. From Rene Descartes' Opera Philosophica (Tractatus de homine), 1692.
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