Definition of Spagyrics
1. spagyric [n] - See also: spagyric
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Literary usage of Spagyrics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Stepping Stones to Electro-homœopathy: (Count Mattei's System of Medicine)by Aurelius J. L. Gliddon by Aurelius J. L. Gliddon (1892)
"The way of preparing the remedies is a complicated one, following the doctrine of the spagyrics of the middle ages. The way of compounding the different ..."
2. Essays of Jean Rey, Doctor of Medicine, on an Enquiry Into the Cause by Jean Rey (1895)
"reasonable that in speaking of the volatile salt we borrow the language of the spagyrics, who alone can properly discourse of it, having discovered it first ..."
3. Select Essays on Commerce, Agriculture, Mines, Fisheries, and Other Useful by Tobias George Smollett (1754)
"According to the Magi and spagyrics, there are two electras, the natural and artificial: the natural is that which is produced in the natural ..."
4. New Essays Concerning Human Understanding by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1896)
"... illustration: "In the philosophy of Paracelsus and other spagyrics, mystics, and theosophists, a spirit or invisible man or animal "f ethereal substance ..."
5. New Essays Concerning Human Understanding by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1916)
"... the following exposition and illustration: "In the philosophy of Paracelsus and other spagyrics. mystics, and theosophists, a spirit or invisible man or ..."
6. Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine). (1855)
"... the spagyrics, the scholastics, and the alchemists. Descartes had decidedly found in Palissy a precursor, nor does the " Discours de la Methode" plead ..."