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and bring it to an adequate conclusion, from the premise you have postulated, you would have not only to get inside someone else; simultaneously he would have to get inside you. Then each would have to return and compare notes."
" Yes," said Jones agreeably, "yes, that, at last, would be real experimental anthropology."
His mind floated off in speculation. The rest of the hightable discussion fell to its normal level: the food presented,. the football prospects, and the local gossip.
This contribution from Mather recurred to Jones, however, a fortnight later. It and Jones's Qwn pachydermatous good nature and eupeptic hopefulness-his digestion was never his weak spot-quite prepared him for another snub.. After all, the instructions actually seemed to point to Mather..
Jones, in pursuit of his odd assignment-for his colleagues had to own that he worked as hard at his silly job and with more enthusiasm than they did at their proper ones-had been reading up on Sufi esoteric practices. One in particular had interested him. It was called "How the rainbow which circles the spray of the Fountain of Light (The Nor) may, by heart-contact, be thrown to link with another such rainbow." There followed quite unmistakable instructions as to how this rainbow interchange was to be effected.
" Well," Jones had remarked to himself as he had put the book down. "If that means anything, it means that, with quite a simple experiment, one should be able to do precisely what Mather said (and quite rightly) would alone let one have real anthropological knowledge, direct knowledge, of another person."
He went on, with growing interest, to read the further

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