Seven Lectures on the Philosophy of Life, and the Art of Preserving Health (Classic Reprint)
There is no object, Ladies and Gentlemen, in a material point of view, which is more worthy of our study and investigation than the structure, form and functions of the various organs of the human body. The study of this wonderful system is not only important, but it is intensely interesting: for as we advance in its investigation, we shall not fail to observe that man is indeed fearfully and most wonderfully made!
In view of the very great interest and immense importance of the subject, is it not strange that its investigation has so long been neglected by the great mass of our fellow men? Go where you will into our various institutions of learning, and you will there find the pupils engaged in studies of comparatively little importance, while that great and beautiful science which teaches us the nature of ourselves, and our relations to the external universe and the perfect system of laws which govern it, is passed by unheeded!
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