Transactions, Volume 1

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Kolckmann, 1881 - Medicine
 

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Page 100 - Committee consist of three members — two of whom must be the First Lord of the Admiralty and the Secretary of State for War...
Page 55 - Wherefore is there a price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom, seeing he hath no heart to it?
Page xxviii - April 30, wishing to bring forward a subject not upon the programme, must give notice of his intention to the Secretary-General at least twenty-one days before the opening of the Congress. The officers of each Section shall decide as to the acceptance of any communication offered to their Section, and shall fix the time of its presentation. No communication will be received which has been already published, or read before a Society.
Page 19 - ... they hardly can be put asunder. And each of them is admirable in its kind. For in every search for truth we can not only exercise curiosity and have the delight, the really elemental happiness of watching the unveiling of a mystery, but on the way to truth if we look well...
Page 99 - There can be no doubt that the future of pathology and of therapeutics, and therefore that of practical medicine, depends upon the extent to which those who occupy themselves with these subjects are trained in the methods and impregnated with the fundamental truths of biology.
Page 93 - ... the body of a living man differs from that of a dead man just as does a watch or other automaton (ie, a machine that moves of itself), when it is wound up and contains in itself the corporeal principle of those movements for which it is designed along with all that is requisite for its action, from the same watch or other machine when it is broken and when the principle of its movement ceases to act.
Page 19 - ... in a constant sympathy and gentleness, in patience and self-devotion. And it is surely fair to hold that, as in every search for knowledge we may strengthen our intellectual power, so in every practical employment of it we may, if we will, improve our moral nature ; we may obey the whole law of Christian love, we may illustrate the highest induction of scientific philanthropy.
Page 55 - I do not think that it is any impediment to an original investigator to have to devote a moderate portion of his time to lecturing, or superintending practical instruction.
Page 7 - Her Majesty the Queen has been graciously pleased to accept a copy of the Complete Record of the Royal Visit to Wales, published by Messrs.
Page 98 - It will, in short, become possible to introduce into the economy a molecular mechanism which, like a very cunningly- contrived torpedo, shall find its way to some particular group of living elements, and cause an explosion among them, leaving the rest untouched.

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