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Character from the Biological Point of View

  • Jan Piltz (a1)

The problem of character has long occupied the minds of philosophers, pedagogues, sociologists and psychologists, such as Socrates, Plato, Pascal, J. J. Rousseau, Kant, and later Bahnsen, Wiszniewski, A. Bain, A. Martin, Ribot, Smiles, Mill, Perez, Paulhan, Le Bon, Galton, Fourneaux, Foerster, Klages.

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A paper submitted at the Annual Meeting, Oxford, July 3, 1930.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Character from the Biological Point of View

  • Jan Piltz (a1)
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