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Reviews 239 The last subject to be considered is "the self." The author believes that not only is self-consciousness not always present, but that it comparatively rarely occurs. Lack of space prevents a more detailed account of the many interesting features of the book, but even this short review, it is hoped, will show that the book is more than a text-book. It is, in fact, a complete system of psychology according to the structural method. The reviewer believes that the book will be of greatdoi:10.1037/h0067194 fatcat:cyehrrfpznac5gqxckaijskhuu