A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE

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Title

A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE

Subject

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Description

Agesilaus, king of Sparta, when asked what things boys should learn, replied, “Those
which they will practise when they become men.” As health requires the observance of
the laws inherent to the different organs of the human system, so not only boys, but
girls, should acquire a knowledge of the laws of their organization. If sound morality
depends upon the inculcation of correct principles in youth, equally so does a sound
physical system depend on a correct physical education during the same period of life.
If the teacher and parents who are deficient in moral feelings and sentiments, are unfit
to communicate to children and youth those high moral principles demanded by the
nature of man, so are they equally incompetent directors of the physical training of the
youthful system, if ignorant of the organic laws and the physiological conditions upon
which health and disease dep

Creator

C L A R K , A U S T I N A N D S M I T H

Publisher

CINCINNATI:—W. B. SMITH & CO.
ST. LOUIS, MO.:—KEITH & WOODS

Date

November 24, 2009

Rights

All right reserved 2009

Format

pdf

Language

English

Type

text

Coverage

BMU

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C L A R K , A U S T I N A N D S M I T H, “A TREATISE ON ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND HYGIENE,” BMU, accessed May 20, 2022, http://bmulibrary.com/library/items/show/40.

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