Malades d'hier, malades d'aujourd'hui

@article{Porter1984MaladesDM,
  title={Malades d'hier, malades d'aujourd'hui},
  author={Ruth. Porter},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1984},
  volume={28},
  pages={344 - 344}
}
approach might have shown (following S. F. Cannon) just how indebted Lyell really was to Buckland's own actualistic style of reasoning. Once Rupke's orientation towards Buckland and Oxford is taken into account, his study has a great deal to recommend it. He gives excellent accounts of early cave palaeontology, of discoveries of monstrous fossil reptiles, and of the introduction of the glacial theory. The entire book is based on extensive archival research and wide-ranging reading in the… CONTINUE READING

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