Guglielmo Ferrero

“Therefore theory, which gives to facts their value and significance, is often very useful, even if it is partially false, for ii
throws light on phenomena which no one observed, it forces an studied, and it gives the impulse foi more extended and more expose himself to the risk of committing error and to submit to criticism, ideal very limited and very paltry But those who are endowed with a mind sufficiently serious and impersonal as not to believe that all that they write is the expiession of truth absolute and eternal, npp,ove of this them y which places the aims of science well scientist.” GUGLIELMO FERRERO, Les Lais fsychologiqii.es du Syinlahsme /S05 Preface, p. wti. [Carl Jung cites this quotation in Psychology of the Unconscious]