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instructions. They said that for the best or easiest results "the opposite number should be one's contrast"; if, for example, one was born under Jupiter with the sun in a neighboring "house," then one should choose as one's colleague in the experiment someone whose natal star was Saturn; with more than a glance of the Moon, or perhaps of Mercury, in his influences.
" That certainly would seem to point out Mather. His dryness would be a perfect complement to my ebullience," murmured Jones to himself, pencil in hand. "I'll try. Maybe the stars indicate our collusions as well as our collisions:' Whether they do or not, the fact remains that Mather did come when called. Jones opened with a really quite good "anthropological approach."
" I've been thinking over what you said °about insight into character."
" You mean that if you are to be able to see into me I must be able to the same degree to see into you?"
" Yes, that's it, and, of course, you're right."
Mather was not so desiccated that he was not a little suppled by wholehearted agreement.
" I'm glad you think so," he conceded.
So, when Jones unmasked his request, he did not immediately refuse. Jones's way of putting it, too, was not unskillful.
" I've come across a psychophysical experimental method which aims at helping such insight. Of course, I'm not a psychologist, so I can't tell if there's anything in it. I thought perhaps you'd `vet' it for me."
`A psychophysical method of insight-do you mean an

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