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A Origem das Espécies [NOOK Book]

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A origem das espécies (The origin of species) foi definido como o livro mais influente depois da Bíblia. Se esta hipótese é um exagero, certamente vai para um ponto fundamental, como o clássico indiscutível por Darwin, sem dúvida, mudou a maneira de ler a Bíblia. Até Darwin sistematizado, no livro publicado em 1859, as idéias da origem comum para as espécies - que já tinha sido confirmada por outros naturalistas? de mudança lenta e gradual que veio para criar novas espécies e seleção natural, a teoria dominante ...
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Overview

A origem das espécies (The origin of species) foi definido como o livro mais influente depois da Bíblia. Se esta hipótese é um exagero, certamente vai para um ponto fundamental, como o clássico indiscutível por Darwin, sem dúvida, mudou a maneira de ler a Bíblia. Até Darwin sistematizado, no livro publicado em 1859, as idéias da origem comum para as espécies - que já tinha sido confirmada por outros naturalistas? de mudança lenta e gradual que veio para criar novas espécies e seleção natural, a teoria dominante defendida era a criação independente de todas as espécies de seres vivos que conhecemos, precisamente como a Bíblia significa. Depois de Darwin, tudo isso mudou. A teoria defendida por Charles Darwin no livro, publicado em 1859, a partir de informações coletadas por ele durante sua viagem no Beagle, que viajou ao redor do mundo entre 1831 e 1836, mesmo passando pelo Brasil, tornou-se a teoria dominante da biologia moderna. Uma de suas idéias, o da seleção natural, transcendeu as ciências naturais para invadir os humanos e pode ser encontrada, até hoje, nos tratados econômicos.
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Google - Pam ______________
tal um gênio freakin '! e a parte de sadest, que sua "ciência" literalmente o matou. Se você já leu muito em Darwin (como eu) você vir a entender que como um homem religioso, seus estudos a sério em conflito com suas crenças. Eu odeio quando eu ouço alguém dizer que Darwin diz: "Viemos de macacos." porque isso não é o caso.

sua teoria está em evolução, não de macacos. tudo o que ele
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016794266
  • Publisher: Nook Classics
  • Publication date: 6/6/2013
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 520
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Naturalista Charles Darwin nasceu em Shrewsbury, Inglaterra, em 12 de fevereiro de 1809. Em 1831, ele embarcou em uma viagem de cinco anos de pesquisa ao redor do mundo no HMS Beagle. Seus estudos de amostras em todo o mundo o levou a formular sua teoria da evolução e sua visão sobre o processo de seleção natural. Em 1859, publicou a origem das espécies. Ele morreu em 19 de abril de 1882, em Londres.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2013

    Almost everyone has heard of this book. But, how many people hav

    Almost everyone has heard of this book. But, how many people have actually read it? If you haven't yet, it is well-worth reading.




    Darwin spent over 20 years researching his ideas, preparing his arguments, and writing this book. He did a great job! "On the Origin" is surprisingly easy to understand. Just look at the beginning. Instead of trying to leap directly into his basic idea and premise, Darwin chooses to gradually lead the reader up to the basic idea of evolution by first point out how humans have caused evolution to occur in our domesticated animals (something very easy for all humans to see even in the 1850s). Darwin then goes on to point out some of the evidence that he and others had seen at that time that indicated that evolution had occurred. His leap in understanding the basic premise of evolution is amazing especially when you consider that he did not understand or have access to information about the basics of genetic passing of traits within species.

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