The Belgian Reviews
Xavier de Reul Léo Errera Revue de Belgique
Geology, Physiology, Popularization, Education, Nationalism
Complains that articles in Belgian periodicals on geology and experimental physiology are 'mere food for babes, with not one new idea, good at most for a primer in a Board School'. What is presented to the Belgian public 'as something "new and strange"' is well known in England, even to 'a scholar at a working man's college'.
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