Every person is in certain respects: a) like all other people. b) like some other people. c) like no other person.
-Adapted from KLUCKHOHN AND MURRAY, 1953
If children's fairy tales are one day brought up to date, the good fairy should not be allowed to forget, when she waves her wand over the cot of the princess, to endow her with the magical power of being able to eat anything she wishes without putting on weight.