This valuable and elaborate paper is one of the series of socioanthropological studies to which attention has been called from time to time in the Journal. It is the last we may hope to receive, for Prof. Pfitzner died at Strassburg on New Year's Day at the age of 49. He was a worker whom we can ill afford to lose, and his patient and thorough investigations of many difficult and obscure questions have done much to illuminate the social and psychological bearings of anatomical and anthropological data. (An authoritative sketch of Pfitzner and of his twenty years' activity at Strassburg, from the hand of Prof. Schwalbe, will be found in the Anatomischer Anzeiger, 1903, No. 22.)
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