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Blas

Blas

term invented by van Helmont to denote a mystical spirit or vital force which presided over and governed the various processes of the body. Each bodily function was supposed to have its own special blas; blas appears to be the counterpart of the archaeus of Paracelsus.

Origin: a middle E. Variant of blast


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... | OR CHEM 130 Elementary Organic (3)|CHEM 130 Introduction to (3) Chemistry | Organic and Biological | Chemistry COMM 103 Oral Communication (3)|BLAS 106 Black Oral Expression (3) | and Interpretation | OR |SPEE 103 Oral Communication (3) PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3)|PSYC 101 General Psychology ...

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