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accepted achieved adventure affairs become biological Braziers CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM civilised co-ordination companionship conduct conflict consciously culture danger deliberate developed differentiated direction dualism ECTODERM emotion energy enlightened self-interest environment European evolution expected experience fact fear five-percenters follow follow the leader function further future studies gregarious animals GREGARIOUS HABIT herd instinct herd suggestion higher human mind human nature ideals increase integration intelligence L. L. Whyte Lancelot Law Whyte Lancet leader limiting membrane living logical magician material mental motives multimental organism mutual relationship natural selection normal Norman Glaister organisation ourselves physical possible practical present priests primitive progress reason recognised religion resistive and sensitive resistive-sensitive responsibility scientific scientific method seems self-consciousness Sensory Sensory-executive skin social group social organism specialisation structure sub-herd Summer School survival synthesis Teilhard's tending thick-skinned thinkers tion truth unit urge vivancy Whyte's book Wilfred Trotter