These additions and minor alterations have all met with Professor Richet's approval.
Miller faced them all stubbornly: "And yet even Richet may have been deceived."
The usages in English laboratories in relation to this experiment are in accord with Professor Richet's views.
We have our own observation, joined to the report of Crookes and Richet.
So Richet went to Milan, and took part in those very celebrated séances with Eusapia.
Richet and Lombroso, the medium complained of their grasping her under the arm.
The observations of Dr. Richet, expert in such matters, are conclusive, but wherein do they invalidate possession?
Richet and Finzi following her movements without at all assisting them.
Richet concludes that it is the dangerous and the useless which evoke disgust.
Somebody should translate and bring up to date Richet's excellent little book.
Richet Ri·chet (rĭ-shā', rē-shě'), Charles Robert. 1850-1935.
French physiologist. He won a 1913 Nobel Prize for the discovery of anaphylaxis.