Fillmore H. Sanford and Larence S. Wrights

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Motive

“A motive is restlessness, a lack, a yen, a force. Once in the grip of a motive an organism does something to reduce restlessness, to remedy the lack, to alleviate the yen, to mitigate the force.”

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