The Collateral impact of Darwinism

The Collateral impact of Darwinism

by Michael Timko
     
 

Human beings have always been interested in their origins. We in the twenty-first century still are, and those living in nineteenth-century England during the reign of Queen Victoria (l837-1901) were as much intrigued (and baffled) as we are. Our present day interest in Darwin is attested to by the ever-present debate between Darwinists of every persuasion and those… See more details below

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Human beings have always been interested in their origins. We in the twenty-first century still are, and those living in nineteenth-century England during the reign of Queen Victoria (l837-1901) were as much intrigued (and baffled) as we are. Our present day interest in Darwin is attested to by the ever-present debate between Darwinists of every persuasion and those who might be called "anti-Darwinists," particularly the group which might be labeled "Creationists."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148482550
Publisher:
The World & I Online
Publication date:
09/24/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
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