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Zoonomia Or the Laws of Organic Life in Three Parts volume 2

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Zoonomia Or the Laws of Organic Life in Three Parts volume 2
Darwin Erasmus
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M. M. See I. 2. 2. 1.
3. Clamor. Screaming from pain. The talkative animals, as dogs, and swine, and children, scream most, wh. En they are ia pain, and even from fear; as they have used this kind of exer- tion from their birth most frequently and most forcibly; and can therefore sooner exhaust (he accumulation of sensorial power in the affected muscular or sensual organs b\ this mode of exertion; as described in Sect. XXXIV. I. 3. This facility of relieving pain by screaming is the source of l
...aughter, as explain- ed below.
4. Risus. The pleasurable sensations, which occasion laugh- ter are perpetually passing into the bounds of pain; for pleasure and pain are often produced by different degrees of the same stimulus; as warmth, light, aromatic or volatile odours, become painful by their excess; and the tickling on the soles of the feet in children is a painful sensation at the very time it produces laughter. When the pleasurable ideas, which excite us to laugh, pass into pain, we use some exertion, as a scream, to relieve the pain, but soon stop it again, as we are unwilling to lose the pleasure; and thus we repeatedly begin to scream, and stop again alternately So that in laughing there are three stages, first of pleasure, then pain, then an exertion to relieve that pain.


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