Nineteenth century sense

the paradox of spiritualism.
  • 222 Pages
  • 0.10 MB
  • English
J.B. Lippincott company , Philadelphia [etc.]
Spiritualism., Rosicruc
StatementBy John Darby [pseud.]
LC ClassificationsBF1031 .G21
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 222 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6525005M
LC Control Number10029916

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Making Sense of Self is an historical analysis of the ideological content of a broad sample of late nineteenth-century popular advice literature concerning the body and the mind.

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Smell Detectives follows the nineteenth-century Americans who used their noses to make sense of the sanitary challenges caused by rapid urban and industrial growth.

Melanie Kiechle examines nuisance complaints, medical writings, domestic advice, and myriad discussions of what constituted fresh air, and argues that nineteenth-century city Brand: University of Washington Press.

Christian J. Emden, an intellectual historian at Rice University, has written an informative if sometimes frustrating book about Nietzsche's engagement with both neo-Kantian philosophers (especially the "first-generation" neo-Kantians like Helmholtz and Lange who wanted to "naturalize" Kant [cf.

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"Founding the Fathers is sweeping in its view of the history of American higher education, its comprehensive sense of the study of religion, and its firm grasp of the transnational scope of nineteenth-century theological learning. An original and substantial contribution to both American intellectual history and the history of early Christian.

In this first study in English of tuberculosis in nineteenth-century France, David S. Barnes, an assistant professor at Emory University, has chosen to study the construction or "making" of tuberculosis by bourgeois male doctors and hygienists during the so-called War on Tuberculosis from the s to the eve of the First World War.

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Tales of derring-do from the great survey of India: Review of ‘Mapping the Great Game: Explorers, Spies & Maps in Nineteenth Century Asia’ by Riaz. Written for layman and expert alike in the lively style Gray has come to be known for, the book reveals a wealth of fascinating details about individual torpedoes along with a panorama of naval opinions and insights into the trials and tribulations of the weapon pioneers of the nineteenth century.

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