Anatomy of Melancholy, Part 2

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2002 - Psychology - 552 pages
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Volume two of a two volume set. (This description is for all volumes.) Partial Contents: Definition of Melancholy; Causes of Melancholy; Bad Diet; Passions and Perturbations of the Mind; Symptoms or Signs of Melancholy in the body; Prognosticks of Melancholy; Unlawful Cures Rejected; Lawful Cures; Diet Rectified; Deformity of Body, Sickness, Baseness of Birth; Against Poverty and Want and other Adversities; Against: Servitude, Loss of Liberty, Imprisonment, Sorrow for death of Friends, Vain Fear, Envy, Emulation, Hatred, Ambition, Self-love, and all other Affections; Against: Repulse, Abuses, Injuries, Disgraces, Slanders; Cure of Melancholy all over the Body; Love-Melancholy; Symptoms or Signs of Love-Melancholy; Symptoms of Jealously, fear, sorrow, suspicion; Cure of Jealously; Religious Melancholy. An outstanding analysis of what melancholy is, its kinds, causes, symptoms, prognosticks, and several cures for it; Philosophically, Medicinally, and Historically.

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Robert P. Burton is the senior professor of Computer Science at Brigham Young University. After receiving a Ph.D. from The University of Utah, he worked at Bell Laboratories as an experimental systems engineer. He has published more than 70 technical papers. He is a recipient of the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Teaching Award and the Karl G. Maeser Research and Creative Arts Award (BYU's most prestigious teaching and research awards). Professor Burton has introduced thousands of students and corporate professionals to the joy of programming.

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