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This is the first number of what will presumably be one of those tremendous German systems of knowledge which are at the same time the admiration and despair of the rest of the world. The first number contains essays dealing with the human constitution and the problem of individuality, and three highly technical essays on anthropometry and heredity. According to the plan of the work, it will appear in four volumes: the second concerning somatic and psychophysical conditions; the third, the various organs, and the fourth, human sociology.
Die Biologie der Person. Ein Handbuch der allgemeinen und speziellen Konstitutionslehre. JAMA. 1926;87(6):433. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680060057032
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