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This index presents a list of names of ancient authors relevant to the discussion of the ambivalent history of a central ancient concept in a period of crisis and change by investigating specific meanings and uses of spiritus in a variety of early modern disciplines and fields - physiology, psychology, alchemy, theology, demonology, art theory, music theory, novels and the literature on love. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order.

Keywords: early modern disciplines; spiritus

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