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Secondly, I have sometimes ■relegated to' the notes' extra details which, though themselves of interest, seemed more or less irrelevant to my imincdiate theme.
Oiic should rather cherish a healthy distrust of over-neat In^p^theses and explanations that leave nothing to be explained.
Life is seldom so simple and symmetric as our interpretatiun of it.
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