The Resource 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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others, by 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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others, by Philostratus

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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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others
Title
Somatopsychonoologia
Title remainder
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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others
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by Philostratus
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Subject
Language
eng
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DRB
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1789-1860
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Forster, T.
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Lawrence, William
  • Abernethy, John
  • Rennell, Thomas
  • Mind and body
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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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others, by Philostratus
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Publication
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ocm01181209
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 116. p.
Note
097307 h
Label
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 M M. Laurence Abernethy, Rennell, & others, by Philostratus
Publication
Control code
ocm01181209
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 116. p.
Note
097307 h

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