Better wine tasting or imbibing “constituted” spirits?

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Abstract

Responds to D. F. Mann's (1979) comments on a previous article (G. Sarup; see record 1979-12249-001) on the needed distinctions between anticipations and foundations in the historiography of ideas in psychology with the assertion that counterpoints, though critical in shaping a thinker's ideas, can be constructed as foundations only in a paradoxical sense. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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