1 edition of The evolution of morbid germs : a contribution to transcendental pathology found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Kenneth W. Millican|
|Contributions||Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
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The Evolution of Morbid Germs: A Contribution to Transcendental Pathology (Classic Reprint) [Cantab, Kenneth W. Millican B. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Evolution of Morbid Germs: A Contribution to Transcendental Pathology (Classic Reprint)Author: Kenneth W.
Millican B. Cantab. Author(s): Millican,Kenneth W Title(s): The evolution of morbid germs: a contribution to transcendental pathology. Country of Publication: England Publisher. Millican, an early worker in the same field, wrote on [quot]The Evolution of Morbid Germs.[quot]'x Dr.
(now Sir George) Newman, inin his work on Bac- teriology,12 spoke of the tendency to overrate altogether the potentiality of the bacillus apart from its medium, and of '' the enormous part played by the medium or soil in which the micro Author: WilliamJob Collins.
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The second contribution of Babylonia and Assyria to medicine—one that affected mankind profoundly—relates to the supposed influence of the heavenly bodies upon man's welfare. A belief that the stars in their courses fought for or against him arose early in their civilizations, and directly out of their studies on astrology and mathematics.
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Preface SINCE my introduction to Jung's psychology was first published In a considerable amount of new material has appeared: several books of Jung's translated into English for the first time, several altogether new books on psychological topics, and a semiautobiographical work called Memories, Dreams, Reflections.
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