Explore the cutting edge of neuroscience in the mid-1800s with this fascinating journal dedicated to the study of cerebral physiology and mesmerism. From case studies of patients undergoing hypnotism to articles on the philosophical implications of this new science, the Zoist is a treasure trove of historical information. But more than that, it is a window into the hopes and fears of a bygone era, as scientists grappled with the mysteries of the mind.
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