Benjamin Rush


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Noun1.Benjamin Rush - physician and American Revolutionary leaderBenjamin Rush - physician and American Revolutionary leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813)
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Benjamin Rush, a physician and signatory of the Declaration of Independence, noted, "Without virtue there can be no liberty and liberty is the object and life of all republican governments.
Benjamin Rush, "had no fixed principles and accommodated their conduct to their interest, to events, and to their company" (65-66).
Benjamin Rush, and, very briefly, a soft spoken militia officer named Washington.
Many iconic figures tried--George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Benjamin Rush, Noah Webster, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Quincy Adams, Ulysses S.
Springing across chapters on how Benjamin Rush (signatory to the Declaration of Independence), intersected with and adjusted in relation to his varied medical contexts, or on how Robert Burns's melancholia met the philosophical and medical terms of the time, we gain a rich appreciation for the intensities, alignments and disjunctions of a complex cultural discourse.
During the 1780s and 1790s, Philadelphia physician, public intellectual, and college founder Benjamin Rush wrote a series of essays on the subject of education for republics; for the State of Pennsylvania generally, for the city of Philadelphia specifically, and young ladies particularly that contradicted Jefferson's and Madison's separationist case.
Moore was named one of 100 advisors featured in America's Top Financial Advisors: Financial Strategies from the Titans of Wealth Management by Benjamin Rush in 2012.
1) in 1812 when, at the insistence of his friend Benjamin Rush, who wanted the two great Americans to resolve their differences and resume their friendship, Adams wrote a short letter to Jefferson, prompting Jefferson to respond, which eventually resulted in 158 letters between them over the next 14 years.
Benjamin Rush, signers of the Declaration of Independence and fellow Beccaria admirers; and Philip Mazzei, Jefferson's Italian-American neighbor at Monticello and yet another Beccaria enthusiast.
Other stops on the Philly Ghost Tour include Old City Hall, Washington Square (home of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier), the Benjamin Rush House, City Tavern, and Christ Church Burial Ground, a colonial-age cemetery where Benjamin Franklin was laid to rest.
Benjamin Rush, founder of Pennsylvania Hospital, also founded one of the first prison reformation societies.
Prominent Philadelphian Benjamin Rush was the first American physician to write about psychiatric care in his 1812 book, Medical Inquiries and Observations Upon the Diseases of the Mind.