1896 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Still, I believe there is hope for man, if he has not much "common sense;" and trust the startling revelation you have so meekly and patiently listened to will cause no one to despair of his own condition, or think that the future promises less for the nobility of true physical manhood. For, in the language of another, we may be consoled by the reflection, that, "there is still a vast gulf between civilized man and the brute." " The power of knowledge; the marvelous endowment of intelligible
more » ... rational speech; the conscience of good and evil; the pitiful tenderness of human affections: raise us out of all real fellowship with them, as a mountain top, far above our fellow-beings, and transfigured from our grosser nature by reflecting here and there a ray from the infinite Source of all Truth." CALCIFICATION.
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