In pity and in anger a study of the use of animals in science. by John Vyvyan

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Bibliography: p. 163-164.

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LC ClassificationsHV4915 .V93
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Pagination167 p., 7 plates.
Number of Pages167
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Open LibraryOL5383118M
ISBN 100718107195
LC Control Number72462419

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The Heart-Hardening Power of Self-Pity. Self-pity wasn’t the only thing Jonah was feeling, but its presence and effect was unmistakable. We know how he felt because of our own experience.

We know that anger, shutting us down emotionally and spiritually. We know that desire to just sulk or lash out against anyone who crosses us. Anger, however, can eventually lead you into self-pity, because you can't slough off the self-hurt.

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