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Some Notes on the Study of Insanity

  • F. Graham Crookshank

“The evidence … so strong that the relations of mind and nervous structure are such that the cessation of the one accompanies dissolution of the other, while … with death there lapses both the consciousness of existence and the consciousness of having existed.”

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(1) Read at the Quarterly Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association, in London, November 16th, 1905.

(2) (2) In every case of insanity there is a negative lesion causing sensory or motor paralysis (Hughlings Jackson).

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Some Notes on the Study of Insanity

  • F. Graham Crookshank
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