A Study of Pleasure and Pain
The theme of this book is that pain is functional in the advancement and enrichment of life in nature and in man, therefore it should be received with understanding and consideration. The arguments found within are purely scientific and illustrated by examples in the lives of common people. Fully discussed are the topics of how pain arises and ceases and the different kinds of pain.
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