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A new view of insanity : the duality of the mind proved by the structure, functions, and diseases of the brain, and by the phenomena of mental derangement, and shewn to be essential to moral responsibility. With an appendix: 1. On the influence of religion on insanity. 2. Conjectures on the nature of the mental operations. 3. On the management of lunatic asylums / by A.L. Wigan.

Wigan, A. L.(Arthur Ladbroke), 1785-1847.
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1844
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Duality of the mind

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London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844.

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xii, 459 pages

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