The Master advised his more mature pupils to visit a real psychology department of a university. He said:
"You will see pseudology at work there."
"I take it that we should not ask questions there", was a remark.
"Indeed, ask not. They would not understand the questions, let alone answer them. It would be a matter for the young chicks in the lecture rooms to ask these questions, yet, should they do so, they might as well forget their certificate."
"What would be an obvious question for them, Master?"
"Is it not science, when one looks at A, in order to know B, to state first the proper relationship between the two? Well, that is what I would ask them. I would ask: 'You look at rats in order to know Man, how are these ideationally (i.e.non-physically) related'? It is an obvious question of a pupil who comes straight from college, yet, it is an impossible question for a pseudologist. Hence no certificate. Hence again, people with certificates may well lack all gosamer splinters of Mind-Knowledge, (see: Andreski, Ortega, Wells, Spencer, etc.)" , ,