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F or two reasons I have not thought it advisable to include here a complete bibliography of the Psychology of Property; principally, I think, because completeness is hardly to be attained in the literature of a study such as this which is the first of its kind, and which is, in fact, an excursus into the border-country lying between psychology and sociology; and secondly, because the footnotes are in themselves a sufficiently full guide to this literature. By consulting them, the reader will find for himself ample material with which to form his own opinion upon the points at issue.