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Evidence As to Mans Place in Nature Thomas H. Huxley with Special Introduction By Selman Halabi (Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading) Thomas Henry Huxley

Evidence As to Mans Place in Nature Thomas H. Huxley with Special Introduction By Selman Halabi (Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading)

Thomas Henry Huxley

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ISBN : 9780760783382
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153 pages
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Barnes and Noble Edition with introduction by Selman Halabi.Evidence as to Mans Place in Nature (1863) has been considered the most important of Thomas H. Huxleys Darwinian writings. Despite warnings from friends that publishing an argument inMoreBarnes and Noble Edition with introduction by Selman Halabi.Evidence as to Mans Place in Nature (1863) has been considered the most important of Thomas H. Huxleys Darwinian writings. Despite warnings from friends that publishing an argument in support of evolution could ruin his career, it in fact did the opposite. This book did much to facilitate the general acceptance of Darwinism in Huxleys day. Huxley demonstrates that humans are a part of the natural order of things and not radically separate from other animals. Anyone interested in the history of the Darwinian revolution or in early anthropology can benefit by reading this book.