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Such pathological data are of vital importance for the study of the human brain. Owing to the considerable differences in the degree of functional centralization found in the other species, experimental physiology is unable to settle the problem of functional localization in the cortex, even for sensory receptions. Pathology, with its unprepared experiments, must provide almost all the necessary data, though anatomy offers some assistance, in tracing the course of the connecting tracts.