John Bulwer (baptised 16 May 1606 – buried 16 October 1656)was an English physician and early Baconian natural philosopher who wrote five works exploring the Body and human communication, particularly by gesture.He was the first person in England to propose educating deaf people, the plans for an Academy he outlines in Philocophus and The Dumbe mans academie.

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  • John BulwerFichier:Bulwer John by Faithorne.jpg Gravure représentant Bulwer par Faithorne, réalisée vers 1653 pour le livre Anthropometamorphosis. Signature Fichier:John Bulwer signature from will.jpg John Bulwer, baptisé le 16 mai 1606 à Londres dans le Royaume d'Angleterre et mort le 1er octobre 1656, est un médecin anglais et un philosophe naturel baconien. Il écrit cinq ouvrages traitant de l'exploration du corps et de la communication humaine, en particulier de la gestuelle des doigts et des mains et est la première personne en Angleterre à proposer d'éduquer les personnes sourdes, en planifiant une académie qu'il décrit dans Philocophus et The Dumbe mans academie. (fr)
  • John Bulwer (Londres, batizado em 16 de maio de 1606 — Londres, c. 1656) foi médico britânico, famoso pelos seus estudos sobre surdos. Ao observar dois surdos a conversar em língua gestual, Bulwer entendeu que a língua gestual era essencial na educação dos surdos. Assim, foi o primeiro inglês a desenvolver um método de comunicação entre ouvintes e surdos. Tentou criar uma academia de surdos, sem ter sido bem sucedido. (pt)
  • John Bulwer (baptised 16 May 1606 – buried 16 October 1656)was an English physician and early Baconian natural philosopher who wrote five works exploring the Body and human communication, particularly by gesture.He was the first person in England to propose educating deaf people, the plans for an Academy he outlines in Philocophus and The Dumbe mans academie. (en)
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  • 1606-5-16
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  • John Bulwer (en)
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  • Chirosopher (en)
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  • Got an MD from an unknown European university
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  • Engraving of John Bulwer by William Faithorne. Made around 1653 for the book Anthropometamorphosis
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  • Adopted daughter, named Chirothea Johnson
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  • writer of five works exploring the Body and human communication, particularly by gesture.
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  • Thomas Bulwer and Marie Evans
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  • Woman only known as the "Widow of Middleton"
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  • English physician and early Baconian natural philosopher (en)
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  • John BulwerFichier:Bulwer John by Faithorne.jpg Gravure représentant Bulwer par Faithorne, réalisée vers 1653 pour le livre Anthropometamorphosis. Signature Fichier:John Bulwer signature from will.jpg John Bulwer, baptisé le 16 mai 1606 à Londres dans le Royaume d'Angleterre et mort le 1er octobre 1656, est un médecin anglais et un philosophe naturel baconien. Il écrit cinq ouvrages traitant de l'exploration du corps et de la communication humaine, en particulier de la gestuelle des doigts et des mains et est la première personne en Angleterre à proposer d'éduquer les personnes sourdes, en planifiant une académie qu'il décrit dans Philocophus et The Dumbe mans academie. (fr)
  • John Bulwer (Londres, batizado em 16 de maio de 1606 — Londres, c. 1656) foi médico britânico, famoso pelos seus estudos sobre surdos. Ao observar dois surdos a conversar em língua gestual, Bulwer entendeu que a língua gestual era essencial na educação dos surdos. Assim, foi o primeiro inglês a desenvolver um método de comunicação entre ouvintes e surdos. Tentou criar uma academia de surdos, sem ter sido bem sucedido. (pt)
  • John Bulwer (baptised 16 May 1606 – buried 16 October 1656)was an English physician and early Baconian natural philosopher who wrote five works exploring the Body and human communication, particularly by gesture.He was the first person in England to propose educating deaf people, the plans for an Academy he outlines in Philocophus and The Dumbe mans academie. (en)
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