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Classification is regarded by some as a very elementary and a very barren scientific device or method. For those who attach most importance to applied science, and to the achievement of practical ends, classification seems a dry and futile procedure. For those likewise who insist upon the importance of moral standards and purposes, the brutally empirical inductive process of classification seems inhuman, possibly even anti-social.That classification is an elementary task of science, in thedoi:10.2307/1947502 fatcat:rlocegonpbh3bctjzy4mxpmijm