Hering and also Helmholtz claim that the kind of inversion which occurs is largely a matter of chance or of volition.
He was, we have seen, anticipated by Hering; but his attitude was his own, fresh and original.
A common fish—the Clupea harengus; Anglo-Saxon hæring and Hering.
Professor Hering, having established his main thesis, is content.
Thanks to the idea of Hering, worked out by Semon, the facts are now explained in a satisfactory manner.
This, at least, is what I suppose Professor Hering to intend.
Hering does, indeed, anticipate Butler, and that in language far more suitable to the persuasion of the scientific public.
The next prominent theory was that of the physiologist Hering.
Professor Hering does mean this, and makes it clear that he does so.
The very important extract from Professor Hering's lecture should perhaps have been placed here.