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Buchanan's Journal of Man, June 1887 Volume 1, Number 5   By: (1814-1899)

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Buchanan's Journal of Man, June 1887 Volume 1, Number 5 by Joseph R. Buchanan is a fascinating read that delves into various aspects of human nature and psychology. The author provides insightful commentary on topics such as spirituality, consciousness, and the interconnectedness of all living beings.

One of the standout features of this journal is Buchanan's ability to communicate complex ideas in a clear and accessible manner. His writing style is engaging and thought-provoking, making it easy for readers to grasp the deeper concepts he discusses.

In addition to his intellectual insights, Buchanan's Journal of Man also contains a wealth of practical advice for self-improvement and personal growth. The author offers sound guidance on how to cultivate a positive mindset, develop emotional intelligence, and enhance one's overall well-being.

Overall, Buchanan's Journal of Man is a valuable resource for anyone interested in exploring the depths of human consciousness and understanding the complexities of the human mind. It is a thought-provoking and enlightening read that will leave readers with a deeper appreciation for the intricacies of the human experience.

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VOL. I. JUNE, 1887. NO. 5.


The Most Marvellous Triumph of Educational Science The Grand Symposium of the Wise Men The Burning Question in Education MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE Bigotry and Liberality; Religious News; Abolishing Slavery; Old Fogy Biography; Legal Responsibility in Hypnotism; Pasteur's Cure for Hydrophobia; Lulu Hurst; Land Monopoly; Marriage in Mexico; The Grand Symposium; A New Mussulman Empire; Psychometric Imposture; Our Tobacco Bill; Extinct Animals; Education Genesis of the Brain (concluded)


In the dull atmosphere which stagnates between the high walls of colleges and churches wherein play the little eddies of fashionable literature, which considers the authorship of an old play[1] more interesting and important than the questions that involve the welfare of all humanity or the destiny of a nation, an atmosphere seldom stirred by the strong, pure breezes of the mountain and the ocean, the best thought and impulse of which humanity is capable is stifled in its birth, or if it comes forth feels the overshadowing influence that chills its life... Continue reading book >>

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