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Introduction a l'Ã©tude de la medecine expÃ©rimentale - Bernard (Claude) - 1865. 
J.B. BailliÃ¨re et fils and 2 others 1865 - FIRST EDITION, second issue, some foxing, pp. 400, 8 (ads), 8vo, uncut and partly unopened in the original printed wrappers, good. Claude Bernard's most influential work, in the subsequent impression from the stereotype plates made by E. Martinet). 'Probably the greatest classic on the principle of physiological investigation and of the scientific method as applied to the life science' (Garrison-Morton). 'Intended as the prologue to a multi-volumes work on the principles of experimental medicine (which was never published), Bernard's masterly justification and exposition of the use of the experimental method in studying life phenomena has remained a classic of both scientific and experimental literature' (Norman). (En franÃ§ais dans le texte 288; Garrison-Morton 1766.501; Grmek 29; Heirs of Hippocrates 1797; PMM 353; Norman 206)
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