Three introductory lectures on the science of thought,
by F. Max Müller. With a correspondence on "Thought without words" between F. Max Müller and Francis Galton, the Duke of Argyll, George J. Romanes, and others.
|Main Author:||Müller, F. Max 1823-1900.|
Chicago, The Open Court Pub. Co., 1898.
Thought and thinking.
Language and languages.
vi, 95, 28 p.
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