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Letters on the truths contained in popular superstitions
|Statement||by Herbert Mayo, M. D.|
|LC Classifications||BF1775 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 152 p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||33016701|
The right-hand panel presents a hellscape of tortured figures lit by fiery explosions. Bosch’s work has always struck me as ironic: serious but still poking fun at established superstitions via his outlandish and clever exaggerations of the horrors of hell and the spiritual warfare his Church claimed was an . T HE great majority of our superstitions had their birth in attempts to interpret natural phenomena from erroneous ideas which consist of fancies suggested by the imagination. In other words, most superstitions are attempted short cuts to explain phenomena while omitting natural causation. The average man loves superstition, loves the fictitious, both loves and fears the supernatural and is.
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Letters on the truths contained in popular superstitions Letters on the truths contained in popular superstitions by Mayo, Herbert, Publication date The original 7 letters were written inand published in Frankfurt a.M.
under title Letters on the truths contained in popular superstitions. They and the added 7 letters were published in the 3rd expanded ed.
inunder title On the truths contained in popular superstitions, with an account of mesmerism. Description. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"From the third London edition." The original 7 letters were written inand published in Frankfurt a.M. under title Letters on the truths contained in popular superstitions.
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popular superstitions, and. the truths contained therein, with an. account of mesmerism. herbert mayo, m.d., formerly senior surgeon of middlesex hospital; professor of anatomy and physiology in king’s college; professor of comparative anatomy in the royal college of surgeons, london.
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