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resolve not to meet again. But they did. Perhaps, in some odd way, they needed each other. More and more those we have thought to be enemies have, at least in natural history, proved to be widely reciprocating partners; those we took to be obvious parasites and victim-hosts, closer inspection has shown to be symbiots-partners who interchange essential services.
Mather was a fairly conservative psychologist. Jones held a newly invented chair of Historical Anthropology. The crank businessman who had founded their small college had insisted that, among the standard conventional faculties, there should be this odd study. That he had chosen also to endow this professorship with one thousand dollars a year more than the endowment of any of the other chairs didn't make the position,of Jones, his appointee, any easier.
But Jones was not the kind of man to care. His ebullient indifference to his conservative colleagues' envy-tinged disapproval he called "the anthropological outlook."
" We're all savages," he used to announce airily at the high table, "all, mentally, guinea pigs to be tested and studied, unless we're anthropologists." Then he would add what he called the anthropological approach: "And, of course, the anthropologist himself is only a rarer form of savage than another anthropologist, and so on ad infinitum."
" Then you have no datum of objectivity," Wilkins, the philosopher, would challenge.
" Well, there can't be-unless you could really get inside someone else."
" That wouldn't be enough," cut in Mather. "It would, to be precise, be going only halfway. To complete the process

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