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part is both a cause and effect of the whole of which it is a part. Such an absurd
conclusion is the only one that is possible if we use only the causality concept.
Even if we attempt to meet the situation by introducing the newer concept of
In other words, the whole is something else than the additive sum of the parts. So
also the syndrome is something else than the additive sum of its isolated reduced
parts.7 But there is also an important difference. In our definition of the ...
mind we then examine one portion of this whole at a low magnification, let us say
ten times. We are now studying a detail not for its own isolated sake, but with its
relationship to the whole in mind. We can then go on to a closer study of this field
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