romanes ranks, as is well known, among the first of Haeckel's authorities.
This contradicts in no way the very just reservation of romanes.
For this phase, romanes has coined the term physiological isolation.
The first of these is the manner in which the author treats the romanes incident.
That he is right Mr. romanes seems to me to admit, though in a very unsatisfactory way.
Bonnet, Œuvres; quoted also by romanes, Animal Intelligence, p. 205.
It was put away with another on the same subject, and inscribed "romanes on Abortion, with my answer (very important)."
As romanes has pointed out, isolation may be discriminate or indiscriminate.
But then Mr. romanes has written such a lot about reason and intelligence.
Thus the arguments of romanes and Gulick are fundamentally unsound.