New York:: Arno Press, 1975., 1975. Series: History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science. Small 8vo. xi, , 155, ,  (ads) pp. Green gilt-stamped cloth. Fine. Reprints the George H. Doran, 1927 edition. Translated from the 1923 French edition by Sir Oliver Lodge (1851-1940). Richet was a complicated individual. An ardent eugenicist, he was awarded, in 1913, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or for his work on anaphylaxis. He designed aircraft, investigated psychic phenomena, and was extremely active in international peace organizations including the International Medical Association for the Suppression of War, and the French Peace League. - Lewer, Medicine, Conflict and Survival, Apr-June 2006, pp. 145-158.
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by BLUMENBACH, Johann Friedrich (1752-1840); BENDYSHE, Thomas (1827-1886) [ed., transl.]; MARX, Karl Friedrich Heinrich (1796-1877); FLOURENS, P. (Pierre) (1794-1867); WAGNER, Rudolf (1805-1864); HUNTER, John (d. 1809).
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