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" It is immaterial, whether the physical causes that are to be enumerated act upon the moral faculty through the medium of the senses, the passions, the memory, or the imagination. Their influence is equally certain, whether they act as remote, predisposing,... "
The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ... - Page 314
1796
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 4

Books and bookselling - 1786
...a few cafes ; and have no doubt but the ingenuity of my auditors will fupply my filence by applying the reft. It is immaterial, whether the phyfical caufes...that are to be enumerated, aft upon the moral faculty thro' the medium of the fenfes — the paf▀ons — the memory — or the imagination. Their influence...
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An Inquiry Into the Influence of Physical Causes Upon the Moral Faculty ...

Benjamin Rush - Electronic books - 1839 - 32 pages
...that are to be enumerated act upon the moral faculty through the medium of the senses, the passions, the memory, or the imagination. Their influence is equally certain, whether they act as remote, predisposing, or occasional causes. 1. The effects of CLIMATE upon the moral faculty...
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The New York Journal of Medicine

Medicine - 1848
..." It is immaterial," he remarks, " whether they act through the medium of the senses, the passions, the memory, or the imagination. Their influence is equally certain, whether they act as remote, predisposing, or occasional causes. The first cause which Dr. Rush mentions, is Climate,...
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