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The Coming of Evolution The Story of a Great Revolution in Science

Nature volume 85, pages 297298 (05 January 1911) | Download Citation

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SO much has been written within the last few years about the history of evolution and its founders that the first question that arises on meeting with the title of this new work is whether it is possible to say anything new upon a subject which has already been dealt with so funy by the founders of the doctrine themselves, or has been handled from so many different points of view by the historians of science and philosophy. The title of the little volume under notice need not, however, act as a deterrent, because in the first place the name of the author will command the confidence of scientific readers, and, in the next place, because, in the words of the general prospectus, the series of small manuals to which it belongs is

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