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This stated that anyone hanged for murder would have "further punishment by anatomisation", and not granted a Christian burial.
by Thomas Frank (Scribe, paperback PS9.99, ebook PS5.95) author of Pity Billionaire and Wrecking Crew continues his anatomisation of the American Dream's collapse, focussing time on how the Democrats, supposedly the party least moderate left-wing policies protecting the poor, were instead focused on proving themselves business-friendly that they laid the groundwork for massively increased inequality and the 2008 financial (in turn squandered as an opportunity for real change).
Early modern anatomy book illustration seemingly represents the human body as a fully-fledged subject, though this can hardly be deemed one in the agentive sense dear to Western epistemology, considering both the oddity of re-morphing its dead condition to lively poses, and especially, as Sawday (1) wryly observes, the 'violent "reduction" into parts' which anatomisation is.