review of the doctrine of a vital principle, as maintained by some writers on physiology

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Get this from a library. A review of the doctrine of a vital principle: as maintained by some writer's on physiology: with observations on the causes of physical & animal life. [James Cowles Prichard]. A Review of the Doctrine of a Vital Principle as Maintained by Some Writers on Physiology, with Observations on the Causes of Physical & Animal Life [Book Review] James Cowles Prichard, Gilbert and Piper Sherwood & John and Arthur ArchCited by: 1.

Title(s): A review of the doctrine of a vital principle, as maintained by some writers on physiology, with observations on the causes of physical and animal life. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, As maintained by some writers on physiology book, Gilbert, and Piper, A review of the doctrine of a vital principle, as maintained by some writers on physiology.

With observations on the causes of physical and animal life. By James Cowles PrichardAuthor: James Cowles Prichard. Prichard, James Cowles, A review of the doctrine of a vital principle, as maintained by some writers on physiology. With observations on the causes of physical and animal life.

(London, Printed for J. and A. Arch, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Vitalism is the belief that "living organisms are fundamentally different from non-living entities because they contain some non-physical element or are governed by different principles than are inanimate things".

Where vitalism explicitly invokes a vital principle, that element is often referred to as the "vital spark", "energy" or "élan vital", which some equate with the soul.

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We are very keen on avoiding any chance of similarities with previous papers. Aristotle maintained that there must be a vital principle connected with every living body, to account for motion and organ- isation. This vital principle, or soul, cha- racterised by faculties, as nutrition, sensa- tion, cogitation, and motion, is the primary source of all the energies of a living body, but subordinate to a higher power, which.

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On the Vital Principle/Book 2/Chapter 1. -- Chapter 1 --THUS have the opinions handed down by former writers upon Vital Principle been delineated; and now let us retrace our steps, and again, as if at the outset of our inquiry, endeavour to define what it is and what the most general expression for it.

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On the Vital Principle/Book 1/Chapter 1. which, while the latter would hold to be desire for retaliation, or some such motive, the former would maintain to be ebullition of blood, or excess of heat about the heart. The one of these, in fact, accounts for the passion by the matter, and the other by the form and cause; for the form is the.

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Various theories as to the nature of the soul have claimed to be reconcilable with the tenet of immortality, but it is a sure instinct that leads us to. According to some writers the vital principle here is not simple but extended, and the unity is due merely to its continuity.

According to others it is actually simple, potentially manifold, or divisible in virtue of the nature of the extended organism which it animates.

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Everyone adheres to a moral doctrine of some kind. Medieval Period The Aristotelian theory in its essential features was adopted by Albertus Magnus and St. Thomas, and the doctrine of the vital principle as form of the body prevailed supreme throughout the Middle Ages.

The differences separating the rational soul from the vital principle of the plant or animal, and the relations between intellectual activity and sensory cognition became.

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