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" Experiments have never been the means of discovery ; and a survey of what has been attempted of late years in physiology will prove that the opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error than to confirm the just views taken from the study... "
The Pilot, a journal of religion, politics, literature and art - Page 69
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Vivisection. The Royal society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and ...

Royal society for the prevention of cruelty to animals - 1876
...(vivisections) have never been the means of discovery, and the survey of what has been attempted of late years will prove that the opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error than to enforce the just views taken from anatomy and the natural motions." — Times, August 13, 1863. (168.)...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 245

Early English newspapers - 1878
...structures after death." Sir Charles Bell has left on record his conviction that these experiments " have never been the means of discovery ; and a survey...to perpetuate error than to confirm the just views derived from the study of anatomy and natural motions." Sir Charles Lyell spoke of the practice " with...
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Fashions of the Day in Medicine and Science: A Few More Hints

Henry Strickland Constable - Medicine - 1879 - 300 pages
...worse than useless." " Experiments," says Sir Charles Bell, "have never been the means of discovery. The opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error than to enforce just views." " Professor Rutherford's frightful experiments," says Sir William Thompson, "...
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The Anti-vivisectionist, Volume 7

Animal welfare - 1880
...European reputation — Sir Charles Bell — says : ' Experiments have never been the means of discovery. The opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error than to enforce the just views taken from anatomy and the natural sciences.' " Dr. George Macilwain tells us...
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Vivisection, scientifically and ethically considered, essays by J. Macaulay ...

James Macaulay - 1881
...persuasion were lost while I urged my statements on the ground of anatomy alone." And again, "Experiments have never been the means of discovery, and a survey of what has been attempted of late years will prove that the opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error than to enforce the...
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Plea for mercy for animals

James Macaulay - Animal welfare - 1881 - 95 pages
...discovery, and the survey of what has been attempted of late years will 8o DR. BARCLAY'S TESTIMONY. prove that the opening of living animals has done more to perpetuate error, than to enforce the just views taken from anatomy and the natural sciences." The following passage occurs in...
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Morning light [afterw.] The New-Church weekly, Issue 1119, Volume 6

1883
...practice itself tends to blunt the feelings of the operator ? Sir C. Bell going even so far as to state that "the opening of living animals has done more...confirm the just views taken from the study of anatomy." The matter is, however, so harrowing and distasteful to the commonest notions of humanity, that those...
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The Vivisectors' Directory: Being a List of the Licensed Vivisectors in the ...

Benjamin Bryan - 1884 - 120 pages
...and ignorant — let not its professors unnecessarily incur the censures of the humane. Experiments have never been the means of discovery — and a survey...taken from the study of anatomy and natural motions. In a foreign review of my former papers the results have been considered as a further proof in favour...
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Illustrations of Vivisection: Or, Experiments on Living Animals,

Frances Power Cobbe - Vivisection - 1888 - 23 pages
...of protracted cruelties do not possess minds capable of appreciating the laws of nature. Experiments have never been the means of discovery, and a survey...the just views taken from the study of anatomy and the natural motions." — SIB CHABLES BELL, FECS CYON. TABLE VII. The above illustration represents...
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Vivisection: Five Hundred Dollar Prize Essays

American Humane Education Society, John A. Macphail - Vivisection - 1891 - 43 pages
...English physiologist, in his work, " Nervous S}rstem of the Human Body." p. 217, says: "The opening of animals has done more to perpetuate error than to confirm the just views taken from the study of anatomy.1' Henry J. Bigelow, Professor of Surgery at Harvard College in 1871, in an address before...
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