An Essay on Capacity and Genius: To Prove that There is No Original Mental Superiority Between the Most Illiterate and the Most Learned of Mankind; and that No Genius ... is Innate, But Solely Produced by and Dependent on Circumstances. Also Enquiry Into the Nature of Ghosts, and Other Appearances Supposed to be Supernatural
W. Simpkin and R. Marshall - Genius - 537 pages
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