Bête machine

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Bête machine or L'Animal-machine (Fr., beast machine), is a philosophical notion from Descartes which implied the fundamental difference between animals and humans (cf. L'homme Machine).[1]

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  1. ^ MAN-MACHINE FROM THE GREEKS TO THE COMPUTER, from Dictionary of the History of Ideas (1973)