Osteopathy, Research and Practice
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1910. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... A FINAL EXHORTATION. gi2 / The machinist or engineer who would conduct the human body from the abnormal condition which is disease, to the normal which is health and happiness, must think and do as a mechanic or his effort will be a failure., The theoretical blank has no place in this day of independent thought. He who runs a bicycle, an automobile or any machine designed for locomotion or other purposes must acquaint himself with the parts, and the whole machine, before he can run it with safety to himself and others. This is the day when man's useful education is the practical. The time has come for the practical man to lay down all undemonstrable theories and prove, what he says by what he does. He cannot afford to be a laughing stock for those who know and are governed by the absolute laws of Nature, the laws that have been demonstrated in steam, electricity and all professions by such men as will not walk in the footsteps of past days in the pursuit of any subject sacred or profane. The original thinker on any subject cares nothing for so-called authority either of the past or present. He does not care for the priest, pope, president, czar, emperor, sultan or any authority but one and that is the God of Nature who proves His perfection by His architecture, His plan, His specification, His building and engineering of all the mechanism of the solar and planetary systems and all of their works. That Philosopher, that Mechanic and Engineer is the only Author to whom I pay homage. Keep your mud valves open and your engine in such condition that you can move out of the hearing of theories, and halt for all coming days by the side of the river ot the pure waters of reasoned be able to demonstrate that which you assert. /The more we know of the architectur...
Still, Andrew Taylor