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The history of the protracted disputes on this topic would be full of instruction, but it is not my present intention to write it. My object is. to lay before the reader in a few words (1 am always afraid of occupying his time and my own needlessly), the argument, or rather, the plain and simple proof, of the distinct anatomy of the excito-motor system. Does any one doubt the distinct anatomy of the system of cerebral nerves-of the nerves of sensation and volition ? The very same proof whichdoi:10.1056/nejm184610070351001 fatcat:uz5vtwmorjdorcbjjxgruaot7q