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XXVIII. XXIX. co N T E N T s Preface. Of Motion. Explanations and Definitions. -
The Motions of the Retina demonstrated by Experiments. Laws of Animal
P A R T I. CONTAINING THE IMMEDIATE CAUSES OF ANIMAL MOTIONS,
DEDuc E.D. F. Romo * MoRE simple or FREogent Appearances IN HEALTH,
AND APPLIED To Expo Arr; THEIR MoRE INTRICATE OR UN COMM on ...
EX PLAN ATIONS AND DEFINITIONS, I. Outline of the animal economy.—II. I. Of
the sensorium. 2. Of the brain and nervous medulla. 3. A nerve. 4. A muscular
fibre. 5. The immediate organs of sense. 6. The external organs of sense. 7.
I. Of animal motions and of ideas. II. The fibrous siručjure of the retina. III. The
activity of the retina in vision. 1. Rays of light have no momentum. 2. Objeć's long
viewed become fainter. 3. Specira of black objeos become luminous. 4. Varying ...
Animal motions are distinguished from the communicated motions, mentioned in
the first section, as they have no mechanical proportion to their cause; for the
goad of a spur on the skin of a horse shall induce him to move a load of hay.
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