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Vox Naturae

Nature volume 131, page 491 (08 April 1933) | Download Citation

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INDEPENDENT thinkers need every encouragement when they realise the difficulties of the problems of knowledge and conduct, and the relative value of their contributions to their clarification. Mr. Terbea's philosophical outlook will thus appeal to many, in so far as he treats most issues with common-sense and conviction, using as explanatory principles the interfusion of primal, sexual and intellectual urges.

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