A practical guide for the writing of the Greek accents by A. J. Koster

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They think of themselves constantly, are fond of telling everyone of their troubles and thus court sympathy, for which they have a morbid craving. " "The will should be controlled by the intellect," observes Dr G. F. " Dr Thomas Buzzard, above mentioned, summarises the mental symptoms: "The thus intelli- gence may be apparently of good quality, the patient evincing sometimes remarkable quickness of apprehension; but carefully tested it is found to be wanting in the essentials of the highest class The memory may be good, but weak and the ability to concentrate of mental power.

Apart from conclusive proof, the fact of the all periods of civilisation, and even existence in under the higher barbarism, of exceptionally gifted men, and never of a correspondingly gifted woman, does undoubtedly afford an indication of inferiority of the average woman as regards the average man. From the height of the mountain peaks we may, other things undoubtedly equal, existence of a tableland beneath tract of country whence they conclude them arise. I in the the same have already, in the present chapter, besides elsewhere, referred to the fallacy that intellectual or other fundamental inferiority in woman existing at the present day is traceable to any alleged repression in the past, since (Weissmann and his denial of transmission of ac- quired characteristics apart), assuming for the sake of the argument such repression to have really attained the extent alleged, and its effects to have been transmitted to future generations, it is against all the laws of heredity that such transmission should have taken place through as is the female contended by the advocates of Referring to this point, Herbert expressed the conviction of most on the subject when line alone, this theory.

The sex element nature. Hence, this is part of her is He not whole not as with man, clearly recog- it is nisable in local manifestations, but subtly affects the whole is life of the organism. For this reason the man conscious of the sexual element within him as such, whereas the such. " A variety of causes, development, notably in their effect illegitimate application of the notion of the modern economic on family life, also the modern democratic equality of classes that of sex, has contributed to the and races, to modern revolt against natural sex limitations.

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