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On the Brain
T. H. Huxley

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This etext was prepared by Sue Asscher  

NOTE ON THE RESEMBLANCES AND DIFFERENCES IN THE STRUCTURE AND THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN IN MAN AND APES 

BY 

PROFESSOR T.H.  HUXLEY, F.R.S. 

[This essay is taken from 'The Descent of Man and Selection in
relation to Sex' by Charles Darwin where it appears at the end of
Chapter VII which is also the end of Part I.  Footnotes are
numbered as they appear in 'The Descent of Man.'] 

The controversy respecting the nature and the extent of the
differences in the structure of the brain in man and the apes,
which arose some fifteen years ago, has not yet come to an end,
though the subject matter of the dispute is, at present, totally

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