The Principles of Psychology

@article{SpaldingThePO,
  title={The Principles of Psychology},
  author={DOUGLAS A. Spalding},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={7},
  pages={298-300}
}
I.TO give readers some idea of the contents of a good book is very often the most useful thing a reviewer can do. Unfortunately that course is not open to us in the present instance. The subject is too vast. We cannot exhibit the grandeur; we can only in a few general phrases express our admiration of the profound, all-embracing philosophy of which the work before us is an instalment. The doctrine of evolution when taken up by Mr. Spencer was little more than a crotchet. He has made it the idea… 
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