This is the second of the series of essays which Dr. Möbius is publishing under the general title of Beiträge zur Lehre von den Geschlechts-Unterschieden. The work, being mainly one of vulgarisation, claims notice not so much for any new observations which it embodies as for the fresh and original manner in which the author states his views on various questions of the physiology and pathology of sex. As readers of Dr. Möbius are aware, his qualities of clear and forcible exposition do not go without their defects; his work is essentially “temperamentvoll,” and his most positive conclusions are only to be accepted with full allowance for the personal equation. This is particularly needful when, as in the present case, he has to deal with matters relating to the intellectual and social position of women, on which questions his orthodoxy verges on the fanatical.
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