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Biological Physics, Physic, and Metaphysic Studies and Essays

Nature volume 85, page 35 (10 November 1910) | Download Citation



IN a prefatory note we read that Dr. Thomas Logan was an Ayrshire man, who received his medical education at Glasgow and Aberdeen, and spent almost half a century on busy practice as a public health officer and general practitioner, first in Scotland, latterly in Yorkshire. He died three years ago, at the age of sixty-nine, leaving behind him the manuscript of the three volumes now published. It is stated that his editors were not permitted to make alterations or excisions of any of the text, which therefore appears in the form the author wished, and is illustrated by a number of cuts borrowed from standard works on anatomy and histology. The first volume is entitled “Biological Physics,” the second “Physic,” the third “Metaphysics.”

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