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Global Darwin: Eastern enchantment

People from Egypt to Japan used Darwin's ideas to reinvent and reignite their core philosophies and religions, says Marwa Elshakry in the first of four weekly pieces on how evolution was received around the world.

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Elshakry, M. Global Darwin: Eastern enchantment. Nature 461, 1200–1201 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/4611200a

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