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History of Lung Diseases of Coal Miners in Great BritainPART III, 1920-1952
  1. Andrew Meiklejohn
  1. University of Glasgow


    All sciences are connected; they lend each other material aid as parts of one great whole, each doing its own work not for itself alone but for the other parts, as the eye guides the whole body and the foot sustains it and leads it from place to place. As with an eye torn out or a foot cut off, so it is with the different departments of knowledge; none can attain its proper result separately, since all are parts of one and the same complete wisdom. ROGER BACON (1214-1294).

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    • * Part I, 1800-1875, was published in 1951 (8, 127); Part II, 1875-1920, in 1952 (9, 93).