Lexicon:Force hypermécanique (Maturin's Medicine)

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Term: force hypermécanique
References: The Thirteen-Gun Salute, page 189
Meaning: A vital force, neither physical nor chemical in its nature, which was held to be active in living organisms only. It arose from the Vitalism movement originating in France in the second half of the 18th century.


See also, Lexicon:Force hypermécanique (Guide for the Perplexed).

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Maturin's Medicine — This article is based on information from Maturin's Medicine, compiled and edited by Kerry Webb, with the help of a number of contributors.

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