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A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity. With an intr. essay by ... - Page 156
by Isaac Ray - 1839
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A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity

Isaac Ray - Insanity (Law) - 1853 - 521 pages
...the actions by which they are manifested, to such a degree that the individual can neither repress the former, nor abstain from the latter. It does not...have the necessary power to obey them. The maniac may 1 Cox, JM, Practical Observations on Insanity. London, 1804. judge correctly of his actions without...
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A Treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity

Isaac Ray - 1853 - 521 pages
...the actions by which they are manifested, to such a degree that the individual can neither repress the former, nor abstain from the latter. It does not...possession of his senses and even his usual intelligence, sincej in order to resist the impulses of the passions, it is not sufficient that the reason should...
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THE DUBLIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL OD MEDICAL SCIENCE CONSISTING OF ORIGINAL ...

HODGES AND SMITH - 1855
...the actions by which they are manifested, to such a degree that the individual can neither repress the former, nor abstain from the latter. It does not...is not sufficient that the reason should impart its counsels,—we must have the necessary power to obey them"*. is:—In many instances the general conditions...
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The Asylum Journal of Mental Science

Psychology - 1857
...neither repress the former, nor abstain from the latter. It does not * Jurisprudence of Insanity, p. 163. follow that he may not be in possession of his senses,...intelligence, since, in order to resist the impulses of passions, it is not sufficient that the reason should impart its counsels ; he must have the power...
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Principles of forensic medicine

William Augustus Guy, David Ferrier (sir.) - 1875
...ahstain from the latter. It does not follow that he may not he in possession of his senses, and even of his usual intelligence, since, in order to resist...that the reason should impart its counsels, — we mast have the necessary power to ohey them." Esquirol not only recognised this form of unsoundness,...
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Principles of forensic medicine

William Augustus Guy - Medical jurisprudence - 1875 - 703 pages
...the actions by which they are manifested, to such a degree, that the individual can neither repress the former, nor abstain from the latter. It does not follow that he may not be in possession of bis senses, and even of his usual intelligence, since, in order to resist the impulses of the passions,...
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The Journal of Mental Science, Volume 21

Insanity - 1876
...the actions by which they are manifested, to such a degree that the individual can neither repress the former nor abstain from the latter. It does not...he may not be in possession of his senses, and even of his xxi. 16 usual intelligence, since in order to resist the impulse of passions, it is not sufficient...
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The adjudged cases on insanity as a defence to crime: with notes

John Davison Lawson - Insanity (Law) - 1884 - 953 pages
...degree that the individual can neither repress the former nor abstain from the latter. It does i," ; follow that he may not be in possession of his senses,...intelligence ; since, in order to resist the impulses of the pasAnderson t>. State. sions, it is not sufficient that the reason should impart its counsels ; we...
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The Southwestern Reporter, Volume 231

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...Insanity, p. SCO et seq. 865; Americana, Ency. Brit. In Its first and earliest stage the maniadds: 'It does not follow that he may not be ! in possession of his senses. The maniac may ! judge correctly of his actions without being festatlons of delusion indicating a disease...
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Wood's Medical and surgical monographs, Volume 9

Medical - 1891
...and the actions by which they are manifested to such a degree that the individual can neither repress the former nor abstain from the latter. It does not...counsels — we must have the necessary power to obey them."35 Before arriving at any conclusion in reference to cases of this nature, it is of importance...
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