Science: Blind Sight

The Negroes of Durham, N, C. call it "Mr. Duke's Univussity." Durham newsfolk who depend on it for frequent stories call it a "three-ring circus." One ring in the Duke University tent which has something going on all the time is the Department of Psychology. That department is headed by aging, idealistic, contentious Professor William McDougall, emphatic exponent of Lamarckism (inheritance of acquired characteristics); it publishes Character and Personality ("An International Quarterly for Psychodiagnostics and Allied Studies"); and for four years it has...

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