Friday, December 26, 2008

First Lines of the Practice of Physic By William Cullen, Peter Reid

First Lines of the Practice of Physic By William Cullen, Peter Reid: "1541 Upon the other hand it is very probable that the state of the intellectual functions depends chiefly upon the state and condition of what is termed the Nervous Power or as we suppose of a subtile very moveable fluid included or inherent in a manner we do not clearly understand in every part of the medullary substance of the brain and nerves and which in a living and healthy man is capable of being moved from every one part to every other of the nervous system OP PHYSIC 297"

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