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  1. Research |

    • ...19th-century school of cultural evolutionists-mainly British-reasoned that man... ...the Church of England. The evolutionists assumed that the universe was... ...the thought of the biological evolutionists, who traced a progression... ...found that the cultural evolutionists' information had been...
    Scientific American 194, 69–83
  2. Books and Arts |

    • ...drastically, concentrating on Anglo-American evolutionists. Ruse has ample justification... ...so few French scientists became evolutionists, the role of progress... ...admits that omission of German evolutionists is as serious as it... ...study of German evolutionists would confirm his...
  3. Special Features |

    • ...of genes than even most evolutionists had thought
    Scientific American 300, 44–51
  4. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...to suppose, as the older evolutionists did, and the new evolutionists are again trying to make... ...side. The theories of the evolutionists are essentially morphological, and... ...the same ground as the evolutionists/ "In the hen's... ...to agree with the evolutionists in assuming the existence...
  5. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...the observation of any attentive evolutionist; but Mr. Fiske is...
  6. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...but that he should attack evolutionists and their ways with the...
  7. News |

    • ...of his new fame. The evolutionists got their story to the... ...in the USA are concerned, evolutionists may have won the battle...
  8. Books and Arts |

    • ...volume of writings by distinguished evolutionists, ranging from Charles Darwin... ...three, but in general the evolutionists put up a brave battle... ..., alas, the ruminations of evolutionists are not helpful in closing... ...less liberal tendencies of evolutionists are on display as...
  9. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...complain that "the name of Evolutionist has, with curious obliviousness,... ...the mere name appropriated by evolutionists of the naturalistic school,... ...Demolitionists,"to call himself an evolutionist, and we do not... ...only reason why the term evolutionist has in many minds become...
  10. News |

    • ...to the views of the evolutionists, and that the only... ...just as fair for the evolutionists to explain the absence of... ...evolved de novo as the evolutionists suppose. Unless, therefore,... ...fairly enough supposed by the evolutionists to destroy some of the... ...the evolutionist's...
  11. Research |

    • ...attention to a long forgotten evolutionist, whose name and works...
    Scientific American 14, 5467–5468
  12. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...in the company of "The Evolutionist at Large.'' Nearly...
  13. Comments and Opinion |

  14. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...Darwin and other leading British evolutionists, this appealed to common...
  15. News |

    • ...helped to oust three anti-evolutionists from elections to the Kansas...
  16. News |

  17. Comments and Opinion |

  18. Research |

    • ...; hardback £1.50. EVOLUTIONISTS often claim that their science... ...catholicity of professed interest, "evolutionists" turn out, on examination... ...is possible to be an "evolutionist" after all. What is...
  19. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...and Adams; and (b) evolutionist studies seeking to decipher selective... ...of temperaments. To the more evolutionist side Dr. Tayler contributes... ...momentum of original investigation, for evolutionist conceptions are applied by Dr... ...are inspiring. His evolutionist doctrines cannot be...
  20. News |

  21. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...to me, "the evidence evolutionists feared the most". It... ...evolutionary argument. Thulborn and other evolutionists are rushing to embrace this... .... But hitherto, the usual evolutionists' explanation has been that...
  22. Research |

    • ...the scent of the earlier evolutionists” by anything that Mr.... ...the works of “the earlier evolutionists”; and therefore, to... ...and that of “the earlier evolutionists,” at least he might... ...work of all the earlier evolutionists proved barren, while the...
    • ...primarily a dispute between an evolutionist and an anti-evolutionist, but rather a debate... ...made things easier for the evolutionists. Her un familiarity with... ...her manuscript to a single evolutionist. The evolutionary theory has... ...it will spur evolutionists to redouble their...
    Scientific American 201, 209–226
  23. Comments and Opinion |

  24. Editorial |

    • ...mechanisms of evolution, the anti-evolutionists are attempting to portray evolution...