Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[Erwin Saenger, a member of the Medical Section of the British Psychology Society, was] a man of original and inventive thinking. [I admired] his understanding and broad approach, his ability to listen with a third ear and to share his discoveries as well those of others, and find new meanings and new perspectives in people and concepts, ideas, theories and relationships. [He was] a man of intelligence and deep knowledge who yet was able to experience and express feeling and whose intuition was of the rare kind which only children and some great men have at their disposal."

W.KRAEMER, 1980, Obituary for E.S. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society 33.

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