XXIII. On the brain of the negro, compared with that of the European and the orang-outang

@article{TeidemannXXIIIOT,
  title={XXIII. On the brain of the negro, compared with that of the European and the orang-outang},
  author={Frederick Teidemann},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={497 - 527}
}
I take the liberty of presenting to the Royal Society a paper on a subject which appears to me to be of great importance in the natural history, anatomy, and physiology of Man; interesting also in a political and legislative point of view. Celebrated naturalists, Camper, Soemmerring, and Cuvier, look upon the Negroes as a race inferior to the European in organization and intellectual powers, having much resemblance with the Monkey. Naturalists of less authority have exaggerated this opinion… 
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