) a ne samih nas, kao da nam se znanje mora servirati na tanjiru, a mi samo da ga unesemo u sebe.
Znanje je more ili okean u koji se morate uputiti svojom barkom, i ne znajuci sta vas ceka, imate cvrstu volju i entuzijazam da ga istrazite.
They were originally restricted for scientific uses, and Nadar did not publish them.
Further photographs of intersex subjects followed over the next several decades, although there is no evidence that the photographers knew of Nadar's work.
The series also includes a close-up of the subject's genitalia, with the legs open.
In The Journal of Sexual Medicine, Dirk Schultheiss, Thomas R. Herrmann, and Udo Jonas suggest that the photographs are "probably the first medical photo-illustrations of a patient with intersex genitalia" and describe them as a "milestone in the history of sexual medicine".
Onaj ko ne vjeruje, moze da se upusti u istrazivanje problema prihvacenosti inkluzije kod nas i dobice gromoglasan odgovor nasih „strucnjaka“, identican kao sto je u naslovu, sigurno na 90% ispitanika uzorka.
Ove konferencije kojima se samo spira nerad, nestrucnost i neangazovanost nasih odgovornih „strucnjaka“ su postale vec praksa koja se odomacila.
In April 1870 a Monsieur Delacroix presented photographs of an intersex individual at the Société Médicale de Reims.In 1860, French photographer Nadar (real name Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) took a series of photographs of a young intersex person, who had a male build and stature and who may have been female assigned, or self-identified as female.Possibly done on commission by Armand Trousseau, the nine photographs have been described as "probably the first medical photo-illustrations of a patient with intersex genitalia".the son of a publisher, had previously had medical training in Lyon and at Hôtel-Dieu.However, by the late 1830s he had left medicine to focus on the printed press, becoming a caricaturist, journalist, and novelist.