2. Adjective. Of or pertaining to fluidics ¹
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Definition of Fluidic
1. fluidics [adj] - See also: fluidics
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Literary usage of Fluidic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Law of Psychic Phenomena: A Working Hypothesis for the Systematic Study by Thomson Jay Hudson (1908)
"The fluidic Theory. — Influence of the Mind of the Operator. ... The fluidic Theory requires Revision. — Distinction between Mesmerism and Hypnotism sharply ..."
2. Spirit Intercourse: Its Theory and Practice by James Hewat McKenzie (1917)
"The spontaneous ghost so commonly talked about and sometimes seen is probably in a very large number of cases of the fluidic nature now about to be ..."
3. Future Life in the Light of Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science by Louis Lucien Baclé (1906)
"Belief in a fluidic Intermediary between the Body and the Spirit. — The Individual Elements of the Soul. — Effects of various Foods upon the Soul. ..."
4. The Law of Mental Medicine: The Correlation of the Facts of Psychology and by Thomson Jay Hudson (1903)
"The fluidic Theory of Mesmerism. — The Nancy School. — The Force or Energy which controls the Bodily Functions a Mental Energy. ..."
5. Manufacturing Technology Directorate: Project Book Update, 1996-97 by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"The primary objective of this program is to develop a process for the manufacture of high information content displays by fluidic self assembly. ..."
6. Report on Spiritualism of the Committee of the London Dialectical Society by London Dialectical Society (1871)
"so much skill and labour on their part, that instances of its occor- ence are very rare, although their power of 'materialising' the fluidic elements of the ..."
7. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1910)
"This was not because they opposed the fluidic theory, but because they referred the causes to the mind of the patient or subject. ..."
8. Brittan's Journal: Spiritual Science, Literature, Art and Inspiration by Samuel Byron Brittan, Standard Spiritual Library Association, Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1873)
"... THE fluidic ACTION OF MAN. ON PLANTS AND ON THE AIR. (Translated from the French for BRITTAN'S JOURNAL.) BY MRS. EMMA A. WOOD. ..."