The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 40

A. and C. Black, 1833

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Seite 148 - When in this situation he is said to obtain a clear knowledge of his own internal mental .and bodily state, is enabled to calculate, with accuracy, the phenomena of disease which will naturally and inevitably occur, and to determine what are their most appropriate and effectual remedies. He is also said to possess the same power of internal inspection with regard to other persons who have been placed in magnetic connection with him.
Seite iii - The Principles and Practice of Obstetric Medicine ; in a Series of Systematic Dissertations on Midwifery, and on the Diseases of Women and Children.
Seite 158 - Nor can I see any good reason why a physician, who admits the efficacy of the moral agents employed by Mesmer, should, in the exercise of his profession, scruple to copy whatever processes are necessary for subjecting them to his command...
Seite 144 - ... 21. This system sheds new light upon the nature of fire and of light, as well as on the theory of attraction, of flux and reflux, of the magnet and of electricity.
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Seite 143 - There exists a reciprocal influence between the heavenly bodies, the earth, and animated beings.

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