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The Potent Self: A Study of Spontaneity and Compulsion [Paperback]

Moshe Feldenkrais , Michaeleen Kimmey
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Intelligence has been defined as the "ability to think abstractly," the "capacity to acquire capacity," the "adaptability to new situations," and the "ability to grasp complex relationships." Read the first page
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