Flechsig begins this paper with a complaint against Professor Hitzig, to whom he had lent some sketches to illustrate a report on the “Projection Centres and Association Centres of the Human Brain,” for the Neurological Congress at Paris. These sketches Hitzig published along with his own comments in Le Neuraxe, vol. i, fasc. iii. Dr. Flechsig is, however, neither satisfied with the publication of the drawings, which were unfinished, nor with the manner in which they were coloured and numbered, nor yet with the way his views were stated by his brother professor. Whatever the merits of this controversy are, we can certify that it is sometimes by no means easy to arrive at a clear idea of Flechsig's views, and he himself tells us that some of them have already become obsolete (veraltet).
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