Talk:Lyle Rossiter

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What would WE Gladstone and David Lloyd George think of this? (talk) 21:58, 23 December 2016 (UTC)


In the second line of this article it is stated that "Rossiter is a psychiatrist". - In the last line, you hazard the guess that "the book does not contain any actual psychological science". The two statements are already somewhat contradicting each other. - Sure. A psychiatrist may also write a book or actually many books that do not contain any psychological science. For instance a cooking book - or a book that advocates bolshevik thinking, for that matter. But why than not having a look into the book, instead of hararding a guess?. I have looked into the preview of the book on Amazon - and saw already there, that the whole book is nothing else but psychological science. - So? Where is your Rational<Wiki>? One could "hazard the guess" that you wish to confirm the rationale of the title of Rossiter's book. — Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs