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Definition of Brunonian

Brunonian
Brunonian Bru*no"ni*an, a. Pertaining to, or invented by, Brown; -- a term applied to a system of medicine promulgated in the 18th century by John Brown, of Scotland, the fundamental doctrine of which was, that life is a state of excitation produced by the normal action of external agents upon the body, and that disease consists in excess or deficiency of excitation.

Meaning of Brunonian from wikipedia

- following is a partial list of notable Brown University people, known as Brunonians. It includes alumni, professors, and others ****ociated with Brown University...
- The Brunonian system of medicine is a theory of medicine which regards and treats disorders as caused by defective or excessive excitation. It was developed...
- (1735 – 17 October 1788) was a Scottish physician and the creator of the Brunonian system of medicine. Brown was born in Berwickshire, the son of a day-laborer...
- the Brunonian — with which it had coexisted – as an antecedent. The Herald would then be able to stretch its life back to 1866, when another Brunonian, this...
- Society uses either the "Alpha Delta Phi Society" or "The Society". The Brunonian (Brown University) chapter first initiated women into its local membership...
- over the nerves. After 1800 some books on music and medicine drew on the Brunonian system of medicine, arguing that the stimulation of the nerves caused...
- Binghamton Chapter, Binghamton University – Vestal, NY (founded 2011) Brunonian Chapter, Brown University – Providence, RI (founded 1836) Capital Chapter...
- Romantic medicine's Lebenskraft, as well as Röschlaub's development of the Brunonian system of medicine system of John Brown, in his excitation theory of life...
- reducible to material constructs, and John Brown (1735–88), founder of the Brunonian system of medicine (see also, Romanticism in Scotland#Science). The nexus...
- Würzburg. After Jena, Sc****ing went to Bamberg for a time, to study Brunonian medicine (the theory of John Brown) with Adalbert Friedrich Marcus [de]...
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