John Bovee Dods

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John Bovee Dods (1795–1872) was a philosopher, spiritualist, mesmerist, and early psychologist. He was born in New York City and died in Brooklyn (on 21 March 1872), but much of his productive life was spent in Maine.

Dods' was a prolific writer. He published "Twenty-Four Short Sermons on the Doctrine of Universal Salvation" (1832) [1], "Thirty Sermons" (1840) [2], "Six Lectures on the Philosophy of Mesmerism" (1849) [3], "The Philosophy of Electrical Psychology" (1851) [4], "Immortality Triumphant" (1852), and " Spirit Manifestations Examined and Explained" (1854) [5].


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