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In his last talk this evening, Professor Fox proceeds to the question of animal intelligence as based on animal instinct, with which he dealt in his previous two talks. Few people who have either kept pets or watched wild animals would deny their intelligence, but the border-line between the active mental process and the automatic reaction to instinct is difficult to draw and must remain a fascinating subject of speculation.

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Speaker:
Professor H. Munro Fox

2LO London

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