The Senses of Insects by Auguste Forel

The Senses of Insects

byAuguste Forel

Kobo ebook | December 3, 2012

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The Senses of Insects
Auguste Forel, who in 1909 retired from the Chair of Morbid Psychology in the University of Zürich, was born on September 1, 1848, and is one of the greatest students of the minds and senses of the lower animals and mankind. Among his most famous works are his "Hygiene of Nerves and Mind," his great treatise on the whole problem of sex in human life, of which a cheap edition entitled "Sexual Ethics" is published, his work on hypnotism, and his numerous contributions to the psychology of insects. The chief studies of this remarkable and illustrious student and thinker for many decades past have been those of the senses and mental faculties of insects. He has recorded the fact that his study of the beehive led him to his present views as to the right constitution of the state—views which may be described as socialism with a difference. His work on insects has served the study of human psychology, and is in itself the most important contribution to insect psychology ever made by a single student. Only within the last two years has the work of Forel, long famous on the European Continent, begun to be known abroad.

Title:The Senses of InsectsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 3, 2012Publisher:Zhingoora BooksLanguage:English

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