by Printed for Richard Sare, at Grays-inn-gate in Holborn in London .
Written in English
|Statement||Published originally in Spanish by Doctor Juan Huartes. And made English from the most correct edition by Mr. Bellamy ...|
|Contributions||Bellamy, Mr. tr.|
|LC Classifications||BF825 .H8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p.l., 502 p.|
|Number of Pages||502|
|LC Control Number||24022617|
this is a rare early English Translation of Spanish Physician and Psychologist, Juan Huarte’s “Examen de ingenios para las ciencias” (The Examination of Men's Wits) here translated as “The Tryal of Wits” in which he shows the connection between psychology and physiology, and creates a test for human intelligence and genius in men, the human memory and brain, often known as the Huarte ingenuity testSeller Rating: % positive. Examen de ingenios; or, The tryal of wits. Discovering the great difference of wits among men, and what sort of learning suits best with each genius. London: Printed for Richard Sare, at Grays-inn-gate in Holborn, (OCoLC) Examen de ingenios, or, The tryal of wits: discovering the great difference of wits among men, and what sort of learning suits best with each genius by Huarte, Juan, ?; Bellamy, Mr. (Edward)Pages: Full text of "Examen de ingenios, or, The tryal of wits: discovering the great difference of wits among men, and what sort of learning suits best with each genius" See other formats.
Visualization(s): Created: Last modified: External Link: The Tryal of Wits, by Juan Huarte Rss Feed: Being Brains: Making The Cerebral Subject. Huarte published the first edition of his Examen de ingenios para las ciencias (The Examination of Men's Wits) in , which won him a European reputation, and was translated by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. The Examination Of Mens Wits Examen De Ingenois Engl In Whicch By Discouering The Varietie Of Natures Is Shewed For What Profession Each One Is Apt By Joh Huarte Author by: . Huarte’ s book Examen de ingenios pa- ra las ciencias (The Examination of Men’ s W its, ) has been recognized as a precedent to or ganizational psychology (Ma- llart, ), psychological.
The Spanish physician Juan Huarte de San Juan (about to) produced in a book “Examen de Ingenios para las ciencias”, which was published. [[Examen de Ingenios historyJuan HuarteTrial of Men’s Wits psychiatrypsychology ]] Juan Huarte de San Juan (–88) was a physician of the Spanish. Huarte’s book Examen de ingenios para las ciencias (The Examination of Men’s Wits, ) has been recognized as a precedent to organizational psychology (Mallart, ), psychological assessment (Buela-Casal and Sierra, ; McReynods, ), Cartesian linguistics (Chomsky, ) and other modern disciplines. Examen de ingenios. The examination of mens wits. In whicch, by discouering the varietie of natures, is shewed for what profession each one is apt, and how far he shall profit therein. By Iohn Huarte. Translated out of the Spanish tongue by M. Camillo Camili. Englished out of his Italian, by R.C. Esquire. London: Printed by Adam Islip, for. Huarte published the first edition of his Examen de ingenios para las ciencias in , which won him a European reputation. Huarte's treatise is historically interesting as the first attempt to show the connection between psychology and physiology.