Review of Reviews,  1 (1890), 117.

The Miracle of Mesmerism. By Dr. Charcot




Publications abstracted:

Jean M Charcot Forum


Mesmerism, Photography, Supernaturalism

People mentioned:

James Braid

    Charcot resists invoking a supernatural explanation for the enhanced capacities of hypnotic patients. His suggestion that 'it is possible for the mind to impress upon a blank sheet of paper a picture, visible only to the eye of the hypnotised person', if properly followed up, 'may lead us far' (117).

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