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Some Aspects of Sociology and their Psychiatrical Application

  • Ian D. Suttie
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We attribute great psychopathic significance to the stresses incident to the adjustment of the individual to his culture. Everyone is supposed to bear the marks of this conflict. In fact, this disharmony is blamed for all human unhappiness and inefficiency not due to famine and disease. If this opinion is justified how is it that culture, the product of the mind, is not better adapted to the needs and natural capacities of its creator?

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(1) First of a series of articles specially written for the Journal of Mental Science.

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Some Aspects of Sociology and their Psychiatrical Application

  • Ian D. Suttie
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