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Processes of Life and Mind


IN Huxley's life-work there is a combination of the exact methods of inquiry which characterise the man of science with the breadth of interest which, in practice, distinguishes the man of affairs, and, in thought, betokens the philosopher. He claimed that all behaviour and conduct fell within his province as biologist, and that this should include all mental events which may accompany the actions of living beings.

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