Boris Sidis Quote

Human institutions depend for their existence and stability on the impulse of self-preservation and its close associate, — the fear instinct.


p. 311 - Nervous Ills their Cause and Cure (1922)

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Human institutions depend for their existence and stability on the impulse of self-preservation and its close associate, — the fear instinct.

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Human institutions depend for their existence and stability on the impulse of self-preservation and its close associate, — the fear instinct.

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Human institutions depend for their existence and stability on the impulse of self-preservation and its close associate, — the fear instinct.

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Human institutions depend for their existence and stability on the impulse of self-preservation and its close associate, — the fear instinct.