Philosophy for Free Livers
Nutrition, Philosophy, Health
Explains some of the principal ideas presented in Caplin 1870. Points out that the follower of the philosophy of rheumatism and gout enunciated in the book 'always walks about a great deal to equalise his circulation, and to work off in vapour the superfluities which a philosophical turn, generally combined with a predilection for good living, is apt to introduce into the bodily system'.
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