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Presidential Address

THE subject I have chosen for my address is one that does not lend itself to concise definition in a title, so I am grateful for the privilege that a Presidential Address need not have any other label. I am going to ask you to consider with me some of the principles governing the relation of one science to another, using the word “relation” in its active, continuing sense-the process of relatiEg, and not the mere establishment of a relationship, which however desirable at some stage, tends to become static, and to that extent a drag on the close interweaving of the sciences which alone can ensure healthy development. G.B.R. Pimm

Author(s): Pimm, G B R