Leicester, England - This location is mentioned during the Introduction as a means of acculturating the individual to the treatise.
Oxford, England - This location is where Robert Burton received his higher education.
Goods - These objects are all manners of public or private possessions.
Inward - This technical term indicates a cause for melancholy, including dietary or climatological conditions.
Outward - This technical term indicates a cause for melancholy which involves people, animals, or goods connected with the sufferer.
Fear - This is a primary cause of melancholy. It is also sometimes a symptom of the same disorder.
Sorrow - This is a primary cause and sign of depression in melancholy.
Notes - These writings display the scholarly nature of the author.
Liver - This organ is closely associated with the humors of the body, mentioned in the initial schema about melancholia.
Spleen - The organ...
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