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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE HERD INSTINCT
MINOR DIFFERENTIATIONS OF THE LIFEIMPULSE
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animals Aristotle associations attain attitude become Bertrand Russell bisexuality called cells chapter character course culture desire devotion differentiated economic egoism equality especially ethical evolution existence expression fact female fraternity function fundamental George Allen harmony herd herd instinct Holism Household human nature ideal imply impulse individual industry instance instinct interest intersexuality Isolda Joseph Needham Julian Huxley kind labour less libido Life-impulse Life-tendency live Lloyd Morgan male man's marriage matter McDougall means mental merely metaphysical mind moral mutual nation neighbour nutrition offspring organization parents perfect philosopher physical Plato point of view political polyandry polygyny possession possible present principle problem produce Psychology purpose race realization reason regard relation reproduction sacrifice seems selfish sense Sentiment sexual Sigmund Freud social society soul speak Spinoza spirit Stoicism Stoics tendency tends things tion trend union unity universal whole