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; and (4) τὸ παράπαν λείπεται αὐτέων ὑγιὲς οὐδέν ≈ corruptis et cicatricosis sedibus . 99 99 . Two further species were not known to ancient Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Mesopotamian, Persian, or Indian writers: (3) the brown hyena, Hyaena brunnea (Thunberg, 1820), found only in the far south of Africa, and (4) the aardwolf, Proteles cristata (Sparrman, 1783), found in the far south of Africa and in eastern Africa: Bothma and Walker ( 1999c , 1999d ). 100 100 . Bothma and Walker ( 1999a , 1999b ); Brottman ( 2012 ) 10–32; Funk ( 2013 ) 13–78; compare Störk

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who need not be doctors and should not be priests.” 59 This explains why, for the rest of his life, he opposed the appropriation of psychoanalysis by medicine on the American continent, which was a message that those who have questioned the above-mentioned restrictions, 60 and who wanted to maintain at least a modest degree of separation between medicine and psychoanalysis, regard as his legacy. An expression of this approach are cases of individuals without medical degrees who received training and were sometimes accepted by a handful of psychoanalytic institutes

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exists.” Christopher Hitchens, Hitch 22: A Memoir , (New York: Twelve, 2010), 405. Hitchens cites his estranged brother Peter’s volume, The Broken Compass: How British Politics Lost Its Way , (London: Continuum, 2009), for inspiration and praise on this point. If one must change one’s mind when circumstances change, as Christopher Hitchens stresses, why do such changes so often seem to follow binary patterns? Hitchens did not address that problem. 34. It is interesting to compare Hervé’s values and themes with fascists and collaborators such as Déat, Doriot, de Man