Review of Reviews,  9 (1894), 28.

The Late Professor Tyndall. Professor Huxley on His Old Comrade




Publications abstracted:

Thomas H Huxley Nineteenth Century Peter C Mitchell New Review


Scientific Practitioners, Scientific Naturalism, Controversy, Amateurism

    Contrasts the affectionate obituary of John Tyndall penned by the surviving member of 'the Great Twin Brethren of belligerent evolutionism' with 'a somewhat coldly-critical estimate' which suggests that Tyndall possessed only 'the instincts of the intelligent amateur' and 'left little impression upon science'.

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