Praise for Dr. David Fuller's new book: Osteopathy and Swedenborg
"If you are curious, the book is a gold mine of fascinating facts and connections; if you are a scholar, the book is a sound and extensive reference; if you are a physician interested in the process of healing in all its dimensions, the book is priceless." -William Morris, D.O
"The emphasis is both sweeping and at the same time specific when it comes to the generation of ideas leading to osteopathy.... We have so much we can learn from Dr. Fuller’s extensive research into a field that he clearly loves, the history of modern religions, social movements, and the development of a brand of medicine that we are still trying to define." -R. Paul Lee, DO, FAAO, FCA
"A scholarly and eminently readable work offering a valuable perspective on the place of Swedenborg, one of the world’s greatest polymaths, within the intellectual currents that shaped the development and continued evolution of Still’s and, even more so, to Sutherland’s thought.” —Jane Eliza Stark, D.O.M.P.
“. . . thorough analysis of the influence that . . . Swedenborg had upon Still, Sutherland, and other seminal osteopathic thinkers.” —Kenneth Nelson, D.O., F.A.A.O., F.A.C.O.F.P. (Dist.)
"I recommend this book for anyone interested in the big questions of the day relative to osteopathic medicine." -R. Paul Lee, DO, FAAO, FCA
“For the chiropractic reader, the new understanding of chiropractic’s founder and his intellectual and philosophical development is the prize in the crackerjack of a book.” -Alana Callendar. M.S.L.S., Ed.D
Swedenborg Scientific Association
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Principles of the New Philosophy
Summary of Swedenborg’s Philosophy
Swedenborg’s Life: A timeline
The Man and His Work: A brief biography
The New Philosophy Journal
Journal of the SSA
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