ON THE ADAPTATION OF EXTERNAL NATURE TO THE PHYSICAL CONDITION OF MAN: Principally with Reference to the Supply of His Wants and the Exercise of His Intellectual Faculties. John Kidd.

ON THE ADAPTATION OF EXTERNAL NATURE TO THE PHYSICAL CONDITION OF MAN: Principally with Reference to the Supply of His Wants and the Exercise of His Intellectual Faculties.

London: William Pickering, 1834. Third edition. Hardcover. Octavo, mid-twentieth binding of maroon cloth with gilt titles; xvi, 375 pp. Rebound, but near fine condition. Near fine. Item #21755

Treatise II of The Bridgewater Treatises on the power, wisdom, and goodness of God as manifested in creation. Author John Kidd (1775-1851) was Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford. He was trained also as a chemist and geologist. His treatise here is informed by his scientific training, though constrained by adherence to the fundamentally religious aims of the Bridgewater Treatises' charter.

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