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" I suppose it manifested, are of too trivial a nature to justify so novel a hypothesis. My answer is, the cases are few and trivial only because the subject has not been attended to. For how many centuries were the laws of electricity preindicated by the... "
On the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions: With an Account of Mesmerism - Sivu 74
tekijä(t) Herbert Mayo - 1851 - 248 sivua
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Letters on the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions

Herbert Mayo - 1849 - 152 sivua
...that the cases, in which I suppose it manifested, are of too trivial a nature to justify so novel an hypothesis. My answer is, the cases are few and trivial...piece of amber when rubbed would attract light bodies? The school of physiological materialists will of course be opposed to it. They hold that the mind is...

Letters on the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions

Herbert Mayo - 1849 - 152 sivua
...manifested, are of too trivial a nature to justify so novel an hypothesis. My answer is, the case§ are few and trivial only because the subject has not...piece of amber when rubbed would attract light bodies? The school of physiological materialists will of course be opposed to it. They hold that the mind is...

Journal of Psychological Medicine, Nide 2

1849
...scepticism notwithstanding. "The school of psychological materialists will, of course, b* opposed to this. They hold that the mind is but a function or product of the brain, and cannot therefore admit consistently its separate action. ... If mind be the product of brain, it must be the conversion...

Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Society for Psychical Research (Great Britain) - 1883
...the bodily person." He remarks that : — " It will be said the cases, in which I suppose this power manifested, are of too trivial a nature to justify...mind is but a function or product of the brain."* As we have stated in the Report, we have been anxious to accumulate and sift experimental evidence...

Mind-reading and Beyond

William Alfred Hovey - 1885 - 201 sivua
...the cases in which I suppose this power manifested are of too trivial a nature to justify so novel an hypothesis. My answer is, the cases are few and trivial...that the mind is but a function or product of the brain."1 As we have stated in the Report, we have been anxious to accumulate and sift experimental...

The Contemporary Review, Nide 64

1893
...says that his theory will be held to rest on " few and trivial instances." " That," he roplies, " is only because the subject has not been attended to....of amber, when rubbed, would attract light bodies ! " Messrs. Gurney and Myers have used the same illustration. It is clear that Mayo is the modern inventor...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Nide 59;Nide 122

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1894
...says that his theory will bo held to rest on " few and trivial instances." " That," he replies, " is only because the subject has not been attended to....of amber, when rubbed, would attract light bodies !" Messrs. Gurney and Myers have used the same illustration. It is clear that Mayo is the modern inventor...

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Nide 59

1894
...says that his theory will be held to rest on " few and trivial instances." " That," he replies, " is only because the subject has not been attended to....of amber, when rubbed, would attract light bodies!" Messrs. Gurney and Myers have used the same illustration. It is clear that Mayo is the modern inventor...

Medical Electricity Röntgen Rays and Radium: With a Practical Chapter on ...

Sinclair Tousey - 1915 - 1219 sivua
...static electricity. Thales, one of the seven wise men of Greece, was the first to call attention to the fact that a piece of amber when rubbed would attract light bodies. This was in 600 B. c., but no special importance was attached to the fact. About 300 B. c. Theophrastus...

Medical electricity and Rontgen rays

Sinclair Tousey - 1921 - 1329 sivua
...electricity.2'3 Thales, one of the seven' wise men of Greece, was the first to call attention to the fact that a piece of amber when rubbed would attract light bodies. This was in 600 B. c., but no special importance was attached to the fact. About 300 B. c. Theophrastus...




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