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" Individuals laboring under this disorder are capable of reasoning or supporting an argument on any subject within their sphere of knowledge that may be presented to them, and they often display great ingenuity in giving reasons for their eccentric conduct,... "
A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity. With an intr. essay by ... - Page 154
by Isaac Ray - 1839
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A Treatise on Insanity and Other Disorders Affecting ..., Page 947, Volume 1835

James Cowles Prichard - Insanity - 1835 - 483 pages
...to them ; and they often display great ingenuity in giving reasons for the eccentricities of their conduct, and in accounting for and justifying the...their intellectual faculties may be termed unsound ; they think and act under the influence of stronglyexcited feelings, and persons accounted sane are,...
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A system of practical medicine, comprised in a series of original ...

System - History - 1840
...insanity without lesion of the understanding, or at least without illusion and the belief of unreal facts. natural or habitual." "Individuals labouring under...of moral feeling under which they appear to exist. la one sense, indeed, their intellectual faculties may be termed unsound; but it is in the same sense...
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The cyclopaedia of practical medicine: comprising treatises on the ..., Volume 3

Robley Dunglison - Medicine - 1845
...may be presented to them, and they often, display great ingenuity in giving reasons for theneccentric conduct, and in accounting for and justifying the...persons under the influence of strong passions may generally be said to have their judgment warped, and the eane or healthy exercise of their understandings...
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Some Account of the Life: Writings, and Character of the Late James Cowles ...

John Addington Symonds - Physicians - 1849 - 54 pages
...even display great ingenuity in accounting for the eccentricities of their conduct, and in explaining and justifying the state of moral feeling under which they appear to exist. Sometimes the derangement is manifested not so much in peculiarity of conduct as in a preter-natural...
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Familiar views of lunacy and lunatic life: with hints on the personal care ...

Views, Late Medical Superintendent of an Asylum for the Insane - Psychiatric hospitals - 1850 - 195 pages
...disease. Individuals labouring under this disorder, are capable of reason\ CASE OF INSANITY. 17 X ing or supporting an argument on any subject within their...of moral feeling under which they appear to exist. It is impossible, in some of these people, to make out that they labour under any hallucination or...
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A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity

Isaac Ray - Insanity (Law) - 1853 - 521 pages
...increase of peculiarities which were always more or less natural or habitual." " Individuals laboring under this disorder are capable of reasoning or supporting...judgment warped, and the sane or healthy exercise of then- understandings impeded. They think and act under the influence of strongly excited feelings,...
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A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity

Isaac Ray - Law - 1871 - 658 pages
...increase of peculiarities which were always more or less natural or habitual." " Individuals laboring under this disorder are capable of reasoning or supporting...generally said to have their judgment warped, and tho sane or healthy exercise of their understandings impeded. They think and act under the influence...
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The Medical jurisprudence of insanity

John Hutton Balfour Browne - Law - 1871 - 341 pages
...to believe that persons who, while " labouring under this disorder, are," according to Pritchard, " capable of reasoning or supporting an argument on...state of moral feeling under which they appear to exist"*—are in no case fit objects for punishment. It is owing to such demands that the criminal...
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Miscellanies

John Addington Symonds - History - 1871 - 416 pages
...even display great ingenuity in accounting for the eccentricities of their conduct, and in explaining and justifying the state of moral feeling under which they appear to exist. Sometimes the derangement is manifested not so much in peculiarity of conduct as in a preternatural...
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The Student's Handbook of Forensic Medicine and Medical Police

Henry Aubrey Husband - Medical jurisprudence - 1874 - 334 pages
...presented to them; and they often display great ingenuity in giving reasons for the eccentricities of their conduct, and in accounting for, and justifying, the...their intellectual faculties may be termed unsound ; they think and act under the influence of strongly excited feelings; and persons accounted sane are,...
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