DR. SINGER'S review of my book “Medieval Medicine” in NATURE of April 1 has only just come under my notice. The mails separate us from England more than before the war; may that be my excuse for a belated word? I have nothing to say for the book, It is thoroughly documented and must speak for itself; but may I say a word for poor Aristotle and Hugo da Lucca, whom I have brought under the reviewer's strictures?
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WALSH, J. Science and Scholasticism. Nature 105, 547 (1920). https://doi.org/10.1038/105547c0
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