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[FORSTER, Thomas Ignatius Maria] PHILOSTRATUS.
SOMATOPSYCHONOOLOGIA Showing that the Proofs of Body Life and Mind Considered as Distinct Essences Cannot be Deduced from Physiology but Depend on a Distinct Sort of Evidence Being an Examination of the Controversy Concerning Life Carried on by MM. Laurence, Abernethy, Rennell, & Others.

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pp. x, (ii), 116. Original paper boards with paper spine label, spine now a little worn, uncut, the paper tending to brown at the edges, otherwise a very good copy with the presentation inscription 'Sir Anthony Carlisle from the author'.

*THOMAS FORSTER [1789-1860] here enters the controversy begun by Sir William Lawrence [mis-spelt 'Laurence'], Abernethy and Rennell - 'It shall be my endeavour in these pages to trace the ideas which were present in my mind during the course of my inquiry into this extraordinary controversy.'

Printed for R. Hunter. London.

Date Published: 1823.

Stock No. 61569

Price: 250.00

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