Christine Daigle — 2 C. Anzieu, D. This collection of documents and comments was translated into French from an outline written by Mesmer in German. The Cambridge Companion to Pascal.
Rahn states that he has studied the writings on animal magnetism and has not discovered anything essentially new. This periodical was published in Berlin and edited by Karl Christian Wolfart — This bibliography has been consciously circumscribed for two reasons. After one year in law, he began a six-year program in the medical school, finishing with this dissertation.
Parssinen, Terry. The Society for Psychical Research. Frankfurt: Literarische Anstalt,
The dog was restored to good health in the space of a few minutes. The publication history of this and subsequent related works deserves a special note. Where that choice is, in his terms, live meaning that it seems of vital interest and value to us and engages us emotionallymomentous meaning that it is non-trivial and has serious consequencesand forced meaning that we must choose one way or the other and cannot simply sit the fence or stand asidethen it is lawful, indeed even necessary for us to weigh the risks and evidence and choose.
In this booklet he criticizes the animal magnetic fluid of Mesmer, claiming it is simply an electro-magnetic influence. This is the first lengthy discussion of magnetic somnambulism written in English.
The Confessions , with its focus on the self and personal identity, and especially on the self as a cumulative record, inscribed in memory, of our life-altering decisions and events, is conceivably the first existentialist text.
Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, Such is the paradoxical notion of infinity, a concept that astounded and haunted Pascal, and which has teased, baffled, and intrigued a long list of theorists and commentators from Nicholas of Cusa and Giordano Bruno to Bertrand Russell and David Foster Wallace.
Letter 4, pitting a Jesuit against a Jansenist, serves as a bridge between provinciales and Born in Westphalia, Germany, Jung-Stilling was raised in a pious Christian home and dreamed of becoming a preacher. This text is printed for personal use.