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Evolution and Man



HUXLEY'S career from the dismal time of his boyhood when, as he said in a letter to Charles Kingsley, he was “kicked into the world without guide or training or with worse than none,” to the closing years, the strenuous activities in which only death arrested, needs no “vain repetition” in this brief article. Its main purpose is to emphasise the deep significance of his contributions to a theory which if it works anywhere works everywhere.

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