Review of Reviews, 2 (1890), 246.
The Horrors of Hypnotism. How to Limit Them by Law
Claims that the 'doctrine of free will is entirely destroyed by hypnotism' and warns that the 'hypnotised can be used as a ready tool in the service of crime'. Calls for state legislation which will restrict 'the practice of hypnotism' to 'licensed physicians [...] having authorized witnesses present'.
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