The BODY, MIND, And SPIRIT; or, The Life of Nature, of Reason, and of Heaven, Separately Traced in Man. Philosophy, Anonymous.

The BODY, MIND, And SPIRIT; or, The Life of Nature, of Reason, and of Heaven, Separately Traced in Man.

London: H. J. McClary, 32, Saint James Street, 1853. 1st Edition. 125, [3] pp. 2 page advert for this title follows text. 12mo. 7" x 4-3/8". Original publisher's blue cloth binding with gilt stamped lettering to spine. Pale yellow eps. Modest wear, gilt bright. A VG+ copy. Item #47075

"The mental eye beholds by comparison, without a microscope, the human body magnified to view in the world of nature. But the component faculties of the mind and sprirt can be discovered only by the light of analogy, which displays the faculties of the human mind in the functions of the human body, and the workings of man's spirit in the works of nature."

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