The Origin and Nature of Emotions
THE ORIGIN AND NATURE
GEORGE W. CRILE, M.D.
PROFESSOR OF SURGERY, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, WESTERN
RESERVE UNIVERSITY VISITING SURGEON TO THE LAKESIDE
IN response to numerous requests I have brought together into this
volume eight papers which may serve as a supplement to the
volumes previously published[*] and as a preface to monographs
now in preparation.
[*] Surgical Shock, 1899; Surgery of the Respiratory System,
1899; Problems Relating to Surgical Operations, 1901; Blood
Pressure in Surgery, 1903; Hemorrhage and Transfusion, 1909;
Anemia and Resuscitation, 1914; and Anoci-association, 1914
(with Dr. W. E. Lower).
In the first of these addresses, the Ether Day Address, delivered at
the Massachusetts General Hospital in October, 1910, I first
enunciated the Kinetic Theory of Shock, the key to which was
found in laboratory researches and in a study of Darwin's
"Expression of the Emotions in Man and in Animals," whereby the