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From Enrico Ferri's Criminal Sociology

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    <note id="n3">3. In a discussion at the Medico-Psychological Society of Paris; "Proceedings" for 1881, i. 93, 266, 280, 483.</note>

    <note id="n4">4. A recent example of this infatuation amongst one-sided, and therefore ineffectual critics is the work of Colajanni, "Socialism and Criminal Sociology," Catania, 1889. In the first volume, which is devoted to criminal anthropology, out of four hundred pages of argumentative criticism (which does not prevent the author from taking our most fundamental conclusions on the anthropological classification of criminals, and on crime, as phenomena of psychical atavism), there are only six pages, 227- 232, for the criticism of psychological types.</note>
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