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This last class of motion is the subjećt of the following pages; which, though
conscious of B 2. their their many imperfections, I hope may give some pleasure
to. sect. I. OF MOTION. 3.
Erasmus Darwin. their many imperfections, I hope may give some pleasure to the
patient reader, and contribute something to the knowledge and to the cure of -
diseases. SECT. S E. C. T. II. 1. EX PLAN ATIONS AND. 4. OF MOTION. SEcor. [.
The changes which occasionally take place in the sensorium, as during the
exertions of volition, or the sensations of pleasure or pain, are termed sensorial
motions. - 2. The similarity of the texture of the brain to that of the pancreas, and
The pleasure or pain which necessarily accompanies all those perceptions or
ideas which we attend to, either gradually subsides, or is succeeded by other
fibrous motions. In the latter case it is termed sootion, as explained in Sect. V. 2,
and VI ...
By the word simulus is not only meant the application of external bodies to our
organs of fense and muscular fibres, which excites into action the sensorial
power termedirritation; but also pleasure or pain, when they excite into action the
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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