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  1. Charles Darwin Slept Here by John Woram, 2005-07
  2. Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume 1 by Francis Darwin Charles Darwin; Edited by his son, 2007-10-26
  3. On the Origin of Species, first edition by Charles Darwin, 2008-02-14
  4. Down House: Home of Charles Darwin by Solene Morris, Louise Wilson, 1998-01-01
  5. Period Piece: The Victorian Childhood of Charles Darwins Granddaughter by Gwen Raverat, 2004-03-01
  6. Origins: Selected Letters of Charles Darwin, 1822-1859. Anniversary edition. (Selected Letters of C. Darwin)
  7. Evolution, Old & New Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin by Samuel Butler, 2009-10-04
  8. The origin of species by means of natural selection, or, The preservation of favored races in the struggle for life by Charles Darwin, 2010-09-07
  9. Dismantling Discontent: Buddha's Way Through Darwin's World by Dr. Charles Fisher, 2007-08-15
  10. The Foundations of the Origin of Species - Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844 by Charles Darwin, 2010-07-12
  11. Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth-Century Fiction by Gillian Beer, 2009-06-22
  12. What Darwin Saw: The Journey That Changed the World by Rosalyn Schanzer, 2009-01-13
  13. Animals Charles Darwin Saw (Explorers (Chronicle Books)) by Sandra Markle, 2009-01-28
  14. Reading Genesis after Darwin

81. Charles Darwin - Complete Works Of Charles Darwin, Biography, Quotes
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82. Charles Darwin (1809-1882)
charles darwin (18091882). charles darwin. Robert darwin, charles s father, was also atheist and made no efforts to induce his son to believe in religion.
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Burkhardt, Frederick, Sydney Smith, David Kohn, and William Montgomery, Editors. A Calendar of the Correspondence of Charles Darwin, 1821-1882 . Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 369. 1985. New York, London: Garland Publishing, 1993. In addition to the calendar, Appendix II lists the titles of books and articles containing Darwin correspondence. Return to Contents
Charles Darwin's Marginalia . Mario A. di Gregorio, with the Assistance of N. W. Gill. 2 Vols. New York: Garland Publishing, 1989. A catalogue to and complete transcription of the marks and annotations made by Darwin in the margins of the books in his personal library. Includes comments made by Darwin on slips of paper he placed in books. Charles Darwin's Natural Selection: Being the Second Part of His Big Species Book Written from 1856 to 1858.

83. Charles Darwin -
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84. The My Hero Project - Charles Darwin
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85. L'Encyclopédie De L'Agora: Darwin
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Naturaliste anglais (1809-1882). Darwin, selon le portrait que Mumford trace de lui, est l'ancêtre de tous les gamins, de plus en plus nombreux, qui fuient l'école organisée de la raison pour se perdre dans l'école organique de la nature. Pour tout dire, c'était un cancre. Un de ces incorrigibles chasseurs de papillons qui font le désespoir de leurs proches. Quand il s'est embarqué sur le Beagle, il n'avait probablement jamais regardé le moindre être vivant à travers un microscope. Son équipement scientifique se réduisait à ses deux yeux. Pour toute méthode, il n'avait que son immense amour de la vie. Il devait ressembler à s'y méprendre au jeune héros de Féerie dans l'île, le délicieux récit de Gérald Durrell. On raconte qu'il : «dansait de joie devant une plaque de son microscope où des paraméciés nageaient, sentant peut-être, ainsi que le fit plus tard Herbert Spencer Jennings, que là déjà ne se trouvait pas seulement la vie commençante mais l'esprit commençant.»
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87. Botanik Online: PUBLIC DOMAIN - Charles Darwin - The Voyage Of The Beagle
The Internet Wiretap Online Edition of. THE VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE BY charles darwin. From The Harvard Classics Volume 29. Copyright, 1909
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89. MSN Encarta : Online Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Atlas, And Homework
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90. Books On Charles Darwin And Evolutionary Theory
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Resources History Books UK Powells: History Best Sellers Magazines History Magazines Posters History Posters The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882 by Charles Darwin, Nora Barlow (Editor) Paperback - 253 pages Reissue edition (October 1993) Conrad Martens on the Beagle and in Australia by Susanna De Vries Listed under Australian Art The Voyage of the Beagle : Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches by Charles Darwin, Janet Browne (Editor), Michael Neve (Editor), Michael Neue (Editor) Paperback - 432 pages (November 1989) Penguin USA (Paper); ISBN: 014043268X The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, Greg Suriano (Editor) Hardcover - 459 pages (June 1998) Grammercy; ISBN: 0517123207 Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary by R.D. Keynes (Editor) Paperback - 504 pages (May 2001) Cambridge Univ Pr (Short); ISBN: 0521003172

91. The Meanings Of Darwinism: Then And Now?
charles darwin grew up in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and attended Shrewsbury School for seven years. The school held a Millennium Conference on 'darwinism and Ethics for the Next Millennium' on 16 October 1999. Papers were given by Mary Midgley, Matt Ridley, Colin Tudge and Robert M. Young.
Home - Robert M. Young What's New Search Feedback ... The Writings of Professor Robert M. Young 'The Meanings of Darwinism: Then and Now?' Charles Darwin grew up in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and attended Shrewsbury School for seven years. The school held a Millennium Conference on 'Darwinism and Ethics for the Next Millennium' on 16 October 1999. Papers were given by Mary Midgley, Matt Ridley, Colin Tudge and me. There was a lively, civil and interesting discussion among the speakers and from the floor. In my paper I move back and forth between issues which arose around Darwinism in the nineteenth century and the claims made for a wider philosophy in his name in the present, in particular, the relationship between cultural explanations and those of Darwinian Psychology. Download View Online
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92. Darwin And Literature: A Bibliography
606. darwin, charles Robert (1862), On the Various Contrivances by which British and Foreign Orchids are Fertilised by Insects (London Murray).
Darwinism and the Victorian Literary Imagination: A Bibliography The literature of Darwinism, especially the technical literature, is enormous. This bibliography is pretty much restricted to secondary sources which in some way deal explicitly with, or represent, or throw light on, the relations between Darwinism (or, more generally, evolutionary biology) and imaginative literature in the late nineteenth century. Some more obscure primary texts from the period are included. Readers are advised that I'm making this bibliography available on an 'as is' basis. There are many typographical errors caused by the scanning process. While it is fairly comprehensive within its limits, it is not up to date. I hope to add to it periodically. Details of other items for inclusion are very welcome; my contact details are here Do investigate David Clifford's site on neo-Lamarckism and nineteenth century writers . An extensive and up-to-date bibliography forms part of this on-going research project. Back to Peter Morton's homepage The Vital Science: Biology and the Literary Imagination (full text) Major Sources Appleman, Philip Dean (1955), 'Darwin and the literary critics', unpublished PhD thesis, Northwestern University. Deals with the biological data available to, and used by, Pater, Stephen, J.A. Symonds and others.

93. Biography Search
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94. Origin Of Species, By Charles Darwin
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95. BBC Evolution Weekend: Site A To Z
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96. The Descent Of Man By Charles Darwin (1871)
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97. Biografía - Darwin, Charles
darwin, charles Nacionalidad Gran Bretaña Sherewsbury 12-2-1809 - Down 19-4-1882.
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Nacido en Sherewsbury en 1809, a los ocho años quedó huérfano de madre, quedando su padre, Robert, al cuidado de la prole compuesta por sus hermanos Erasmus, Mariannne, Carolinne, Catherine, Susan y el mismo Charles. Su padre era un médico de pueblo, entusiasmado con el estudio de las ciencias, afición que sin duda recogió el joven Charles. Así, en 1825 entró en la Universidad de Edimburgo para estudiar medicina. Sin embargo, al conocer las teorías evolucionistas de Lamarck
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98. Human Intelligence: Charles Darwin
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  • As a youth, he was taught by his sisters, private tutors and occasionally by his uncle (the father of his cousin, Francis Galton Attended Dr. Butler's school in Shrewsbury, England (1818-1825) Studied medicine at Edinburgh University (1825-1827) Studied for the ministry at Christ's College, Cambridge (1838-1831)
  • Served as an unpaid naturalist aboard the British Navy ship H.M.S. Beagle Darwin was financially independent, and spent the remainder of his career experimenting, writing and lecturing (1836-1882)
Definition of intelligence "…a high degree of intelligence is certainly compatible with complex instincts, and although actions, at first learnt voluntarily can soon through habit be performed with the quickness and certainty of a reflex action, yet it is not improbable that there is a certain amount of interference between the development of free intelligence and of instinct,which latter implies some inherited modification of the brain. Little is known about the functions of the brain, but we can perceive that as the intellectual powers become highly developed, the various parts of the brain must be connected by very intricate channels of the freest intercommunication…" (Darwin, 1871, 1896, p. 68)

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100. Pipe And Tabor
An address to a Society of Morris Dancers, Oxford, February 12, 1914, by Sir Francis darwin (Son of Sir charles darwin).
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In the following pages I have brought together some scattered information on the instruments, especially connected with Folk-Dancing, which give the title to my address. The coming to life of a mass of beautiful tunes and dances, in response to the patient search of Mr. Cecil Sharp and a few others, is one of the most magical occurrences of which I have any memory. In a lesser degree I have experienced the same sense of the unexpected, in learning that in a Kentish village, so near London as often to be darkened by the skirts of town fogs, the ancient superstition still existed of telling the bees that their master is dead. Such an unsuspected lurking of primitive belief in our midst may well give a shock of surprise. But in the resurrection of the mass of hidden music, and of the dying traditions, of dances, a web of extraordinary beauty is suddenly revealed-a matter of real importance. If tunes have souls they are shut out by death from ever again vibrating in a human tenement. They are like the

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