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STANFORD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
(4)
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA

and conduct and religious systems and doctrines.
I may venture an opinion that it is not a case ? had a
our little difference if any, in determining
the character of these various institutionalized
factors. I believe that man is primarily a creature
of habituation, but I do not wish to enter here into a
discussion of environment and heredity controversies.

The language is often accepted as something in
the nature of cephalic index, something fixed and
non fluid. But we know now that cephalic
index itself is fluid and is not a sure [prediction?]. The Language too evolved. Japanese
spoken in the 15th century is almost Greek to the
Japanese of today. There are many Japanese to
whom English is the mother tongue. Thus [even?] this
language is not criterion of race-identity - However,
we recognize the former created by this language
is our inter-racial-group association, It
is this linguistic difficulty - which often creates one's con-
ception [imitable?] to one's [future?]. Therefore we disprove
the languages of which we are [?] as something

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