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" Young thinks it much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red ; while Dr. "
St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal - Pàgina 235
1866
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal

1822
...humour of his own eye is of a deep blue tinge), that " it is much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red." With regard to the existence of fibres in the retina, suited to the perception of different colours,...
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Transactions of the Phrenological Society

1824
...the papers " that arc sent to us on subjects of substantial science." " ' to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the " ' retina, which are calculated to perceive red.' " With regard to the existence of fibres in the retina, " suited to the perception of different colours,...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volum 5

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1826
...as an explanation of the phenomena. Dr. Young thinks it much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are, calculated to perceive red ; while Dr. Brewster conceives that the eye is, in spectrum, just as the ear of certain persons has...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volum 5

1826
...as an explanation of the phenomena. Dr. Young thinks it much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red ; while Dr. Brewster conceives that the eye is, in spectrum, just as the ear of certain persons has...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volum 4

1826
...it as an explanation of the phenomena. Dr Young thinks it much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red ; while Dr Brewstcr conceives that the eye is, in these cases, insensible to the colours at the one...
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Mechanics Magazine, Volum 5

1826
...as an explanation of the phenomena. Dr. Young thinks it much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red ; while Dr. Brewster conceives that the eye is, in spectrum, just as the ear of certain persons has...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Volum 1

1824
...humour of his own eye is of a deep blue tinge,) that "it is much more simple to suppose the absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red." With regard to the existence of fibres in the retina, suited to the perception of different colours,...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volum 7

1832
...Dr Thomas Young rejects Dalton's theory, and thinks it " much more simple to suppose the absence of paralysis of those fibres of the retina, which are calculated to perceive red." There is no evidence of the existence of such fibres in the retina, and • Phrenology, p. 276. f Phrenological...
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volum 26

1839
...and does not even explain all the phenomena. Dr. Young thinks it more simple to suppose absence or paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red; but there is no evidence of there existing in the retina fibres suited to the perception of the different...
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The Eclectic Journal of Medicine ...

1840
...and does not even explain all the phenomena. Dr. Young thinks it more simple to suppose absence cr paralysis of those fibres of the retina which are calculated to perceive red ; but there is no evidence of there existing in the retina fibres suited to the perception of the different...
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