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Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis ( French: [kabanis]; 5 June 1757 – 5 May 1808) was a French physiologist, freemason    and materialist philosopher.  Life [ edit] Cabanis was born at Cosnac ( Corrèze ), the son of Jean Baptiste Cabanis (1723–1786), a lawyer and agronomist.
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CABANIS, PIERRE-JEAN GEORGES(1757–1808) Pierre-Jean Georges Cabanis was, with Comte Antoine Louis Claude Destutt de Tracy, the leader of the Idéologues. A precocious student of philosophy and of the classics, he chose medicine as a career, but he never practiced.
Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis 1, né le 5 juin 1757 au manoir de Salagnac, à Cosnac ( Limousin ), et mort le 5 mai 1808 dans le hameau de Rueil, à Seraincourt, est un médecin, physiologiste, philosophe et député français.
Cabanis, Pierre-Jean-Georges ( b. Cosnac, Corrèze, France, 5 June 1757; d. Rueil, near Paris, France, 5 May 1808), philosophy, medicine, history and sociology of medicine. Cabanis’s father was a landed proprietor who was interested in agricultural innovations and experiments.
In France, Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis (1757-1808), physician, philosopher, and one of the founders of modern psychophysiology, argued that the brain is the part of the body in which electricity is stored.
Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis. Birth. 5 Jun 1757. Cosnac, Departement de la Corrèze, Limousin, France. Death. 5 May 1808 (aged 50) Seraincourt, Departement du Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France. Burial.
Pierre-Jean-Georges Cabanis ( Cosnac, 5 de junho de 1757 — Meulan, 5 de maio de 1808) foi um fisiologista e filósofo francês. Foi sepultado no Panteão de Paris . Vida Cabanis nasceu em Cosnac (Corrèze), filho de Jean Baptiste Cabanis (1723–1786), advogado e agrônomo.
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/70867913/pierre-jean_georges-cabanis: accessed ), memorial page for Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis (5 Jun 1757–5 May 1808), Find a Grave Memorial ID 70867913, citing Cimetière d'Auteuil, Paris, City of Paris, Île-de-France, France; Maintained by CMWJR (contributor 50059520).