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On earth there are assuredly other things great besides man, though none greater; and in man there are other things great besides mind, though none greater.
The sorrow which has no vent in tears
may make other organs weep.
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February 5, 1835
January 23, 1918
Henry Maudsley FRCP was a pioneering British psychiatrist, commemorated in the Maudsley Hospital in London and in the annual Maudsley Lecture of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
The pathology of mind (1879)
Responsibility in mental disease (1874)
Physiology and pathology of mind (1867)
Natural Causes And Supernatural Seemings (1886)
Heredity, variation and genius
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