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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 ...
So that motion, considered as a cause, immediately precedes every effect; and
considered as an effect, it immediately succeeds every cause. And the laws of
motion therefore are the laws of nature. The Motions of MATTER may be divided
The immediate organs of sense. 6. The external organs of sense. 7. An idea or
sensual motion. 8. Perception. 9. Sensation. Io. Recollection and suggestion. 11.
Habit, causation, association, catenation, 12. Reflex ideas. 13. Stimulus defined.
The ultimate fibrils of these nerves terminate in the immediate organs of sense
and muscular fibres, and is a ligature be put on any part of their passage from the
head or spine, all motion and perception cease in the parts beneath the ligature.
The immediate organs of sense consist in like manner of moving fibres
enveloped in the medullary substance above mentioned; and are erroneously
supposed to be simply an expansion of the nervous medulla, as the retina of the
eye, and ...
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review