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  2. Charles Darwin As Geologist: The Rede Lecture, 1909 (1909) by Archibald Geikie, 2010-05-22
  3. Life of Charles Darwin by G. T. (George Thomas) Bettany, 2010-07-06
  4. Darwin: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Jonathan Howard, 2001-06-07
  5. Charles Darwin: A New Life by John Bowlby, 1992-10-01
  6. The Autobiography of Charles Darwin and Selected Letters (Dover Histories, Biographies and Classics of Biology and Medicine) by Charles Darwin, 1969
  7. The Works of Charles Darwin, Volume 28: The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through the Action of Worms With Observations on Their Habits by Charles Darwin, 2010-02-15
  8. The Darwin Conspiracy by John Darnton, 2006-09-12
  9. Darwin in Galapagos: Footsteps to a New World by K. Thalia Grant, Gregory B. Estes, 2009-11-02
  10. Darwin's Pictures: Views of Evolutionary Theory, 1837-1874 by Julia Voss, 2010-06-15
  11. Doubts About Darwin: A History of Intelligent Design by Thomas Woodward, 2007-12-03
  12. The Works of Charles Darwin, Volume 22: The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex (Part Two) by Charles Darwin, 2010-02-15
  13. The Essential Darwin by Charles Darwin, 2006-06-30
  14. The Works of Charles Darwin, Volume 20: Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume II by Charles Darwin, 2010-02-15

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che, con gli studi di Charles Lyell e Georges Cuvier, avevano rivelato strati geologici formatisi in tempi successivi, che incorporavano i resti di specie animali e vegetali ormai scomparse da tempo dalla Terra. Charles Lyell (1797-1875)
Di fondamentale importanza fu l'opera di Charles Darwin (1809-1882) che dedicò tutta la vita a raccogliere materiale di studio, per giungere alla formulazione di una teoria dell'evoluzione che avesse un solido fondamento scientifico. Nel 1831 s'imbarcò come naturalista di bordo sul brigantino Beagle; il viaggio intorno al mondo durò quasi cinque anni, durante i quali Darwin raccolse un'ingente quantità di campioni ed eseguì numerose osservazioni, che costituirono la base per elaborare la teoria dell'evoluzione delle specie, contrapposta alla concezione "fissista".
Contributi altrettanto importanti furono dati da Darwin con la messa a punto dei concetti di evoluzione ramificata, che implica la discendenza da un'origine comune di tutte le specie viventi, e di evoluzione graduale, contrapposta a quella a salti (mutazionismo) che sosteneva come una nuova specie si afferma attraverso una singola mutazione. Netta era l'esclusione di qualunque interpretazione di tipo finalistico, sostenuta da altre teorie evolutive (ad esempio quella di Lamarck): nella sua opera principale, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, utilizzò sempre l'espressione "discendenza con modificazione", probabilmente perché riteneva che la parola "evoluzione" suggerisse un legame troppo stretto con il concetto di progresso.

122. Darwin-Wallace 1858 Paper On Evolution: Index
Highlights of the collaborative paper on evolution by charles darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace, including the events leading up to its publication.
James L. Reveal, F.L.S., Paul J. Bottino and Charles F. Delwiche
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University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA INDEX Introduction
The 1858 Darwin-Wallace Paper Remarks by Lyell and Hooker
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Abstract of 1857 letter of Asa Gray

Wallace's 1858 letter to Darwin (part 1)
Wallace's 1858 letter to Darwin (part 2)

The 1855 A.R. Wallace Paper Wallace's 1855 article (part 1)
Wallace's 1855 article (part 2)
The 1857 Charles Darwin to Asa Gray Letter Darwin to Gray letter Posted 9 Sep 1997; Darwin letter added 14 Aug 1999

123. BBC Education: Evolution Homepage
The Origin Online Read the full text of charles darwin s Origin Of Species, or browse through the illustrated guide adapted from the BBC TV programme.


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124. The Origin Of Species By Charles Darwin
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125. Charles Darwin - Free Online Library
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Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-1882), English naturalist, author of the Origin of Species , was born at Shrewsbury on the 12th of February 1809. He was the younger of the two sons and the fourth child of Dr. Robert Waring Darwin, son of Dr. Erasmus Darwin. His mother, a daughter of Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), died when Charles Darwin was eight years old. Charles Darwin’s elder brother, Erasmus Alvey (1804—1881), was interested in literature and art rather than science: on the subject of the wide difference between the brothers Charles wrote that he was “inclined to agree with Francis Galton in believing that education and environment produce only a small effect on the mind of anyone, and that most of our qualities are innate” ( Life and Letters , London, 1887). Darwin considered that his own success was chiefly due to “the love of science, unbounded patience in long reflecting over any subject, industry in observing and collecting facts, and a fair share of invention as well as of common sense “. He also says: “I have steadily endeavored to keep my mind free so as to give up any hypothesis, however much beloved (and I cannot resist forming one on every subject), as soon as facts are shown to be opposed to it“. The essential causes of his success are to be found in this latter sentence, the creative genius ever inspired by existing knowledge to build, hypotheses by whose aid further knowledge could be won, the calm unbiased mind, the transparent honesty and love of truth which enabled him to abandon or to modify his own creations when they ceased to be supported by observation.

126. The Origin Of Species - Charles Darwin
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Title: The Origin of Species Author: Charles Darwin Genre: Science Written: 1859 (1st ed.) Length: 477 pages Availability: The Origin of Species - US The Origin of Species - UK The Origin of Species - Canada - France - Deutschland
  • Full title: On the Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life
  • This review refers to the Penguin edition, Edited and with an Introduction by John W. Burrow.
  • There are numerous other excellent, inexpensive editions, including the Oxford World Classics edition, edited by Gillian Beer:
  • Darwin revised the book several times in later editions. The 1st edition (reviewed here) is considered the most interesting and useful of these (an opinion with which we concur). However, readers should realize that it is not Darwin's "last word" though it is his strongest and clearest statement of his theory of Natural Selection
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127. Darwin, Charles Robert
darwin, charles Robert. darwin, charles Robert, 1809–82, English naturalist, b. Shrewsbury; grandson of Erasmus darwin and of Josiah Wedgwood.
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    Darwin, Charles Robert Darwin, Charles Robert, , English naturalist, b. Shrewsbury; grandson of Erasmus Darwin and of Josiah Wedgwood . He firmly established the theory of organic evolution known as Darwinism . He studied medicine at Edinburgh and for the ministry at Cambridge but lost interest in both professions during the training. His interest in natural history led to his friendship with the botanist J. S. Henslow Beagle. This started Darwin on a career of accumulating and assimilating data that resulted in the formulation of his concept of evolution. He spent the remainder of his life carefully and methodically working over the information from his copious notes and from every other available source. Independently, A. R.

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129. Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-92)
darwin, charles Robert (18091882) British naturalist who revolutionized biology with his theory of evolution through natural selection.
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Darwin, Charles Robert (1809-1882)
British naturalist who revolutionized biology with his theory of evolution through natural selection. He also speculated, in a letter to the botanist Joseph Hooker (1871), on the possibility of a chemical origin for life: Recognizing, however, that the science of his time was not yet ready for such a concept, he added: It is mere rubbish thinking at present of the origin of life; one might as well think of the origin of matter. See evolutionary theory and extraterrestrial life
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darwin, charles ROBERT (18091882), English naturalist, author of the Origin of Species, was born at Shrewsbury on the 12th of February 1809. charles darwin.
DARWIN, CHARLES ROBERT The appearance of Charles Darwin has been made well known in numerous portraits and statues. He was tall and thin, being about six feet high, but looked less because of a stoop, which increased towards the end of his life. As a young man he had been active,with considerable powers of endurance, and possessed in a marked degree those qualities of eye and hand which make the successful sportsman. Charles Darwin was honored by the chief societies of the civilized world. He was made a knight of the Prussian order, Pour le Mrite, in 1867, a corresponding member of the Berlin Academy of Sciences in 1863, a fellow in 1878, and later in the same year a corresponding member of the French Institute in the botanical section. He received the Bressa prize of the Royal Academy of Turin, and the Baly medal of the Royal College of Physicians in 1879, the Wollaston medal of the Geological Society in 1859, a Royal medal of the Royal Society in 1853, and the Copley medal in 1864. His health prevented him from accepting the honorary degree which Oxford University wished to confer on him, but his own university had stronger claims, and he received its honorary LL.D. in 1877. Two daughters and five sons survived him, four of the latter becoming prominent in the scientific world,Sir George Howard (b. 1845), who became professor of astronomy and experimental philosophy at Cambridge in 1883; Francis (b. 1848), the distinguished botanist; Leonard (b. 1850), a major in the royal engineers, and afterwards well known as an economist; and Horace (b. 1851), civil engineer.

131. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Authors > D > Darwin, Charles, 18
Author darwin, charles, 18091882 Keywords Authors D darwin, charles, 1809-1882; Titles A ; Subject Natural history (General). Coral Reefs, 2001.

132. Classics In The History Of Psychology -- Darwin (1877)
(Return to Classics index). A Biographical Sketch of an Infant. charles darwin (1877). First published in Mind, 2, 285294. charles darwin. Footnotes.
Classics in the History of Psychology An internet resource developed by Christopher D. Green York University, Toronto, Ontario (Return to Classics index A Biographical Sketch of an Infant Charles Darwin (1877) First published in Mind M. Taine's very interesting account of the mental development of an infant, translated in the last number of MIND (p. 252), has led me to look over a diary which I kept thirty-seven years ago with respect to one of my own infants. I had excellent opportunities for close observation, and wrote down at once whatever was observed. My chief object was expression, and my notes were used in my book on this subject; but as I attended to some other points, my observations may possibly possess some little interest in comparison with those by M. Taine, and with others which hereafter no doubt will be made. I feel sure, from what I have seen with my own infants, that the period of development of the several faculties will be found to differ considerably in different infants. With respect to vision, - his eyes were fixed on a candle as early as the 9th day, and up to the 45th day nothing else seemed thus to fix them; but on the 49th day his attention was attracted by a bright-coloured tassel, as was shown by his eyes becoming fixed and the movements of his arms ceasing. It was surprising how slowly he acquired the power of following with his eyes an object if swinging at all rapidly; for he could not do this well when seven and a half months old. At the age of 32 days he perceived his mother's bosom when three or four inches from it, as was shown by the protrusion of his lips and his eyes becoming fixed; but I much doubt whether this had any connection with vision; he certainly had not touched the bosom. Whether he was guided through smell or the sensation of warmth or through association with the position in which he was held, I do not at all know.

133. Darwin, Charles In UK Directory: Library: Scientists
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135. Darwin | Charles Robert | 1809-1882 | Naturalist
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136. Evolution - Image Gallery - Darwin, Charles
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137. Darwin, Charles – British Biologist (1809 – 82) And The Name
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138. Charles Darwin Network For Galapagos
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139. Charles Darwin --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
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140. Biblioteca Virtual - Darwin, Charles (1809-1882)
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