I must begin this address with an apology for the uncommunicative nature of the title of my paper as announced in your programmes. As often happens, the title had to be chosen in advance of the birth, even perhaps of the conception, of the matter which it professes to describe: its vagueness must, therefore, be explained as a precautionary attempt to provide for all contingencies. Actually, the particular subject of this paper is The language of the social sciences; and I would ask you, therefore, to be good enough to append those words as a sub‐title.
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