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On the Hypothesis that Animals Are Automata
The Mind and the Brain by Alfred Binet
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action animals apparatus appear aqueous humour arise articulation arytenoid cartilages becomes body bones brain called cartilage cause cavities cerebellum cerebral cerebrum colour conjunctiva consciousness consequence cranium Descartes direction disease distinct distinguish effect encephalon epiglottis excited exist experiments external extremities eyelids fact faculty fibres fifth pair filaments fluid functions ganglion glottis humour ideas impression inferior influence instinctive intensity larynx less ligaments light lobes Magendie matter mechanism medulla oblongata medulla spinalis membrane ment mind modifications movements muscles muscular contraction nasal nature nervous system objects observed odours optic nerve organs pain passes pelvis perceive pharynx phenomena physical physiology posterior present produced properties reed refraction remarkable retina sensation sense sensibility sensory smell sounds spinal substance superior superior extremities supposed surface take place taste thigh thyroid cartilage tion tongue touch transmit trunk tube tympanum vertebral column vibrations vision vitreous humour vocal voice voluntary motion