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Author: Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675.
Title: Two discourses concerning the soul of brutes which is that of the vital and sensitive of man. The first is physiological, shewing the nature, parts, powers, and affections of the same. The other is pathological, which unfolds the diseases which affect it and its primary seat; to wit, the brain and nervous stock, and treats of their cures: with copper cuts. By Thomas Willis doctor in physick, professor of natural philosophy in Oxford, and also one of the Royal Society, and of the renowned college of physicians in London. Englished by S. Pordage, student in physick.
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Print source: Two discourses concerning the soul of brutes which is that of the vital and sensitive of man. The first is physiological, shewing the nature, parts, powers, and affections of the same. The other is pathological, which unfolds the diseases which affect it and its primary seat; to wit, the brain and nervous stock, and treats of their cures: with copper cuts. By Thomas Willis doctor in physick, professor of natural philosophy in Oxford, and also one of the Royal Society, and of the renowned college of physicians in London. Englished by S. Pordage, student in physick.
Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675., Pordage, Samuel, 1633-1691?

London: printed for Thomas Dring at the Harrow near Chancery-Lane End in Fleetstreet Ch. Harper at the Flower-de-Luce against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, and John Leigh at Stationers-Hall, 1683.
Subject terms:
Anatomy, Pathological -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Animism -- England -- Early works to 1800.
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