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" It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate external cause, from the state of feeling and modes of thinking usual to the individual when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind... "
The Law Times - Página 150
1858
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen112

1860
...the prolonged departure, without any adequate external ' cause, from the state of feeling and mode of thinking usual to • the individual when in health, that is the true feature of dis' order in mind; and the degree in which this disorder ought to • be held as constituting insanity,...
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Observations on Mental Derangement: Being an Application of the Principles ...

Andrew Combe - 1831 - 392 páginas
...mere strangeness of conduct or singularity of mind which constitutes its presence. It is the prclanged departure., without an adequate external cause, from...when in health that is the true feature of disorder in mind, and the degree at which this disorder ought to be held as constituting insanity, is a question...
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A TREATISE ON THE MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE OF INSANITY

I. RAY, M.D. - 1838
...still it is not mere strangeness of conduct or singularity of mind which constitutes its presence. It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind ; and the degree at which this disorder ought to be held as constituting insanity, is a question...
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The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Volúmenes11-12

1838
...probably that insisted upon by Dr. Andrew Combe, and it applies precisely to this case of Blomiley : — "It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...feeling and modes of thinking usual to the individual while in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind." (Observations on Mental Derangement,...
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The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Volumen11

1838
...probably that insisted upon by Dr. Andrew Combe, and it applies precisely to this case of Blomiley : — "It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...feeling and modes of thinking usual to the individual while in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind." (Observations on Mental Derangement,...
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The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Volumen17

1844
...Fust laid down (in the very words of Dr Combe ; On Mental Derangement, p. 219,) the principle, that " it is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind ;" and that of maniacs, the law lays down the test of knowledge of right and wrong. "This,"...
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Phrenological Journal and Magazine of Moral Science, Volumen17

1844
...Fust laid down (in the very words of Dr Combe ; On Mental Derangement, p. 219,) the principle, that "it is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind ;" and that of maniacs, the law lays down the test of knowledge of right and wrong. "This,"...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Ecclesiastical Courts at ...

William Calverley Curteis - 1844
...still it is not mere strangeness of conduct or singularity of mind which constitutes its presence. It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind ; and the degree at which this disorder ought to be held as constituting insanity, is a question...
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Notes of Cases in the Ecclesiastical & Maritime Courts ..., Tema 70,Volumen2

Great Britain. Courts - 1844
...' st'" '' is not mcre strangeness of conduct or singularity of mind which constitutes its presence. It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate external cause, from the state of feeling ml modes of thinking usual to the individual when in healih, that is the true feature of disorder in...
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Medical jurisprudence

Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1853 - 621 páginas
...contested on the ground of insanity, but defended on the plea of eccentricity, Sir HJ Fust said, — "It is the prolonged departure, without an adequate...when in health, that is the true feature of disorder in mind." See also the case of Waring v. Waring (Prerog. Court, Feb. 1847.) The case of Yyksias v....
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