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Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis (1757–1808)

Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges. A French physician and philosophical writer; born in Cosnac, 1757; died near Meulan, May 5, 1808. He attended Mirabeau in that great Frenchman’s final illness, and wrote ‘Journal of the Illness and Death of Mirabeau’ (1791); besides being the author of an interesting work on ‘Connections between the Physical and Moral in Man’ (1802).