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" ... to organization; they would then see equal reason to believe that mind might be superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then indeed still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other by means of an... "
An Enquiry Into the Probability and Rationality of Mr. Hunter's Theory of ... - Page 77
by John Abernethy - 1814 - 95 pages
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 2

1814
...structure. They would then, indeed, still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally act upon each other, by means of an intervening substance....which tends in an eminent degree to produce virtuous, honourable, and useful actions.' It is with a cordial welcome, that we receive such sentiments as these...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 22

1820
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then indeed indeed still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...produce virtuous, honorable, and useful actions.'— p. 94, 95. Two years after the appearance of these lectures, Mr. Lawrence, who had recently been elected...
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Physiological Lectures: Addressed to the College of Surgeons

John Abernethy - 1821 - 612 pages
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then indeed still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...virtuous, honorable, and useful actions. THE END. LONDON : Printed by A. & K. Spotti8wood«s Ncw-Strect-Square. EXHIBITING SOME OF MR. HUNTERS OPINIONS...
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The Monthly Gazette of Health, Volume 5

1821
...might be superadded to life, as lite is to structure. They.might then Still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other by means of an intervening substance." Here we find that Mr. Aherneihy supposes a human being to consist of three distinct parts; namely,...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 16

1832
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then, indeed, still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...that, in addition to his bodily frame, he possesses a sensible, intelligent, and independent mind ; an opinion which tends, in an eminent degree, to produce...
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Annual Obituary

1832
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then, indeed, still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...that, in addition to his bodily frame, he possesses a sensible, intelligent, and independent mind ; an opinion which tends, in an eminent degree, to produce...
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The Monthly Review

1832
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then, indeed, still farther perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...that, in addition to his bodily frame, he possesses a sensible, intelligent, and independent mind ; an opinion which tends, in an eminent degree, to produce...
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Isis Revelata: An Inquiry Into the Origin, Progress, and Present ..., Volume 2

John Campbell Colquhoun - 1836
...superadded to life, as life is to structure. They would then, indeed, still further perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...means of an intervening substance. Thus even would philosophical researches enforce the belief, which, I may say, is there are various facts and observations,...
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Isis Revelata: An Inquiry Into the Origin, Progress, and Present ..., Volume 2

John Campbell Colquhoun - 1836
...white as light, and natural to man, that, in addition to his bodily frame, he possesses a sentient, intelligent, and independent mind ; an opinion which...tends, in an eminent degree, to produce virtuous, useful and houourable actions." Mr Abernethy is also favourable to the hypothesis of an universal attenuated...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...superadded to life as life is to structure. They would then, indeed, still further perceive how mind and matter might reciprocally operate on each other...that, in addition to his bodily frame , he possesses a sensible, intelligent, and independent mind, an opinion which tends, in an eminent degree, to produce...
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