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The Author's Response to the anticipated Suspicion that he attaches a superstitious or fanciful importance to the number three, and forces Divisions to a Procrustean Bed of Trichotomy 

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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

29634

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

Published, in part, as 1.568-572. Unpublished (pp. 11-20): The classification of the animal world is continued. CSP's admission of his slight acquaintance with zoology and, in spite of his study of classification under Agassiz for six months (1860), his "incapacity" for this kind of work. An examination of Huxley's classification of fish. Also unpublished (pp. R9.1-9.8): Artificial things are classified, with a view toward establishing trichotomies.

general index

Agassiz Louis, Categories, biological Classification, Huxley Thomas H., Thirdness, Zoology

pagination

pp. 1-20, with 2 pp. of variants plus 10 pp. of an untitled earlier draft (9/11/10)

Date

1919~

number

MS0902_001

abbreviated title

(R)

date (Robin)

c. 1919

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 Public : MS_0902
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