1856 The Lancet  
392 influence of physiology and chemistry on the higher faculties of the imagination, invention, and reasoning followed, but a strong protest was made against the misuse of these faculties, and the student was recommended to control, repress, or even suppress them until more advanced in his studies, and until he had acquired a sufficiently broad basis of facts to allow him to reason with safety, and to speculate and conjecture with effect. The necessity of carefully attending to an orderly
more » ... gement of facts was next adverted to, as being required especially for the
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