Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Quote of the day

Just as man has a body which is no different in principle from that of an animal, so also his psychology has a whole series of lower storeys in which the specters from humanity's past epochs still dwell, then the animal souls from the age of the Pithecanthropus and the hominids, then the "psyche" of the cold-blooded saurians, and, deepest down of all, the transcendental mystery and paradox of the sympathic and parasympathic psychoid systems. CW 14 - par 279