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The Present State of Mental Science. The First of a Series of Papers on the Localisation of Mental Functions in the Brain

  • Bernard Hollander (a1)
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Though medical science has made great advances during the nineteenth century, our knowledge of the mental functions of the brain is comparatively still obscure. Even as regards the elementary principles of mental science there is still a diversity of opinion. Thus when we state the first fundamental principle, that the brain is the organ of the mind, on which we are all agreed, we in reality differ widely according to the interpretation we give to the word “mind.”

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The Present State of Mental Science. The First of a Series of Papers on the Localisation of Mental Functions in the Brain

  • Bernard Hollander (a1)
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