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Life and Soul: Outlines of a Future Theoretical Physiology and of a Critical Philosophy

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THIS book expounds an attractive hypothesis of the nature of life and soul, which, no doubt, will appeal to the common-sense of the reader. The author develops the notion of a material which is capable of utilising the waste heat of the universe, and of being formed, in other conditions of temperature, electrical potential and pressure, of other elements than those found on the world's surface. As his ‘archiplasm’ is not supposed, however, to be an object of direct apprehension, much of the author's hypothesis is bound to remain in the serene realm of speculation.

Life and Soul: Outlines of a Future Theoretical Physiology and of a Critical Philosophy.

Max

Loewenthal

By. Pp. 291 + 4 plates. (London: George Alien and Unwin, Ltd., 1934.) 8s. 6d. net.

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