Dr. Orly Lewis



(D-2) Mapping Body and Soul (Post-doctoral Fellow)


Publications in Topoi

Incollection 2018
Orly Lewis, "Archigenes of Apamea’s treatment of mental diseases", in: Chiara Thumiger and Peter N. Singer (Eds.), Medical Conceptions of Mental Illness from Celsus to Caelius Aurelianus, Leiden: Brill, 2018
Book 2017
Orly Lewis, Praxagoras of Cos on Arteries, Pulse and Pneuma. Fragments and Interpretation, Leiden: Brill, 2017
Book 2016
Sean Coughlin, Philip van der Eijk, Ricardo Julião, Uta Kornmeier, Giouli Korobili, Orly Lewis, Thomas Schnalke, Chiara Thumiger and Christoph Geiger, The Soul is an Octopus. Ancient Ideas of Life and the Body, Berlin: Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2016
Incollection 2017
Orly Lewis, Chiara Thumiger and Philip van der Eijk, "Mental and physical gradualism in Graeco-Roman medicine", in: Geert Keil, Lara Keuck and Rico Hauswald (Eds.), Vagueness in Psychiatry, Oxford - New York: Oxford University Press, 2017
Incollection 2015
Orly Lewis, "The practical application of ancient 'pulse-lore' and its influence on the patient-doctor interaction", in: Georgia Petridou and Chiara Thumiger (Eds.), Homo patiens. Approaches to the Patient in the Ancient World, Leiden: Brill, 2015, 345–364
Article 2015
Orly Lewis, "Marcellinus’ De pulsibus: a neglected treatise on the ancient 'Art of the Pulse'", in: Scripta Classica Israelica, 34 (2015), 195–214
Article 2015
Orly Lewis and Pavel Gregoric, "The context of De Spiritu", in: Early Science and Medicine, 20 (2015), 125–149
Article 2015
Orly Lewis and Pavel Gregoric, "De Spiritu: A new case against authenticity", in: Classical Philology, 110 (2015), 159–167
Article 2015
Orly Lewis, Pavel Gregoric and Martin Kuhar, "The substance of De spiritu", in: Early Science and Medicine, 20 (2015), 101–124
Inproceedings [inpress]
Orly Lewis, "Heat and fire in the theory of Ps.-Aristotle’s De spiritu", in: Hynek Bartos and Colin Guthrie King (Eds.), Aristotle and his Predecessors on Heat, Pneuma and Soul, Cambridge University Press, [inpress]