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Letter to Sir David Brewster : on his unfounded assignment of Mr. Fearn's moral, in his correspondence with Professor Stewart; on his exterminating general implications of the whole of Mr. Fearn's philosophical labors, in every department, the tendency of which cannot be doubtful; and on his allegation before the British Association, met at Oxford in June 1832 ; along with which is given, a refutation of Sir David Brewster's optical attack on the treatise of cerebral vision ; the whole comprising a third supplement to that treatise Preview this item
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Letter to Sir David Brewster : on his unfounded assignment of Mr. Fearn's moral, in his correspondence with Professor Stewart; on his exterminating general implications of the whole of Mr. Fearn's philosophical labors, in every department, the tendency of which cannot be doubtful; and on his allegation before the British Association, met at Oxford in June 1832 ; along with which is given, a refutation of Sir David Brewster's optical attack on the treatise of cerebral vision ; the whole comprising a third supplement to that treatise

Author: John Fearn; British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Publisher: London : Longman and Co., [1832]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: David Brewster; David Brewster
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Fearn; British Association for the Advancement of Science.
OCLC Number: 55575347
Notes: "To the noblemen and gentlemen constituting the British Association for the Advancement of Science."
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Description: iv, 48 p. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: by John Fearn.

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