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White, W.A. (1916). Symbolism. Psychoanal. Rev., 3(1):1-25.

(1916). Psychoanalytic Review, 3(1):1-25


William A. White

“Facts are only stopping-places on the way to new ideas.”—

Dion Clayton Calthrop.

“Real definitions are a standing difficulty for all who have to deal with them, whether as logicians or as scientists, and it is no wonder that dialectcal philosophers fight very shy of them, prefer to manipulate their verbal imitations, and count themselves happy if they can get an analysis of the acquired meaning of a word to pass muster instead of a troublesome investigation of the behavior of a thing.”—

F. C. S. Schiller: Studies in Humanism.

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