Dr. W. Watson (Edinburgh) writes in reference to Dr. Ireland's study of Nietzsche, that Nietzsche's acute sense of smell is very characteristic. He regards it as a reversion to a lower type. But specially Dr. Watson says, “The weakness of his sexual instinct is childlike. He seems to have combined the intellect of a man with the morality of a child. Does such a combination often accompany non-developed sexual instincts? It ought to do so a priori.”
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