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  1. The Tides And Kindred Phenomena In The Solar System by George Howard Darwin, 2010-09-10
  2. Mental Evolution in Animals by George John Romanes, 2010-09-10
  3. The Evolution of Satellites. by George Howard Darwin, 1898
  4. Present-Day Golf by George & Darwin, Bernard Duncan, 1900
  5. Italy 1992 (Frommer's Comprehensive Travel Guides) by George McDonald, Darwin Porter, 1992-01-15
  6. A House by the River. Newham Grange to to Darwin College. A history of the site, buildings and former inhabitants. by Margaret Keynes, 1984
  7. Ebbe und Flut sowie verwandte Erscheinungen im Sonnensystem (German Edition) by George Howard Darwin, 1902-01-01
  8. Frommer's Europe (Frommer's Complete) by Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince, et all 2010-10-12
  9. Charles Darwin and Victorian Visual Culture.(Book review): An article from: Wordsworth Circle by George Levine, 2006-09-22
  10. The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs by Charles Darwin, Thomas George Bonney, 2010-01-12
  11. The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System. The Substance of Lectures Delivered in 1897 at the Lowell Institute, Boston, Massachusetts by George Howard Darwin, 2010
  12. Book of the Links, The - A Symposium on Golf by Sir George & Bernard Darwin, Martin H F Sutton, FLS, H S Colt, A D Hall Riddell, 1912
  13. Unbinding Your Church (Pastor's and Leaders' Guide to the Real Life Evangelism Series) by Martha Grace Reese, 2008-01-01
  14. The Encore Magazine, a Continuing Anthology, May 1944 by Dent (Editor) Santayana, George; Darwin, Charles; Crane, Stephen; Huxley, Aldous (Contributing) Smith, 1944

81. SACMARC: RE: [RE: [SACMARC 2nd Quarterly Meeting]]
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  • 82. Darwin-Wallace 1858 Paper On Evolution: Introduction
    seen, Lyell and Hooker wrote the introduction and prepared the text from darwin sprevious correspondence and Wallace s letter. So it was that george Busk (1807

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    James L. Reveal, F.L.S., Paul J. Bottino and Charles F. Delwiche
    Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics
    University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
    George Busk (1807-1886)
    It was not unusual during Darwin's time that papers were read to members of the Society rather than presented by the author. In the case of the Darwin and Wallace paper, as we have seen, Lyell and Hooker wrote the introduction and prepared the text from Darwin's previous correspondence and Wallace's letter. So it was that George Busk (1807-1886), Under-Secretary to the Linnean Society of London, read the paper the evening of 1 July 1858. Busk, a retired surgeon of the Royal Navy, was at the time the Hunterian Professor at the Royal College of Surgeons (1856-1859, a position also held by Owens and Huxley at other times), a member of the Royal Society (elected in 1850), and a scientist who was interested mainly in comparative anatomy. It was Busk who translated Herman Schaaffhausen's 1858 paper on the discovery of a Neanderthal skull found near Dusseldorf, Germany. In his later years he became a strong advocate for evolution. He was a founding member, along with Hooker, Huxley and other, of the X-Club, a dinner club for scientists who wished to engage in research without the interference of religious dogma. The Club became most influential in Royal Society politics in the late 1800's, and especially under Hooker's presidency from 1873 until 1878.

    83. Darwin's Plot
    Beer, Gillian. darwin’s Plots Evolutionary Narrative in darwin,george Eliot and 19th Century Fiction. London ARK, 1983. In
    Leah Schweitzer
    May 23, 2001
    ENG 681 Beer, Gillian. Darwin’s Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and 19th Century Fiction . London: ARK, 1983. In Darwin’s Plots The Origin of Species , influences the work of several 19th century authors, including several of the works of George Eliot.
    Beer chooses Darwin for several reasons; for the purposes of discussing Middlemarch , Darwin’s discussion of evolution has implications for the ideas in novels as well as its organization. The formation of those ideas takes from and helps to create a shared discourse, not only of ideas “but metaphors, myths, and narrative patterns [that can] move rapidly and freely to and fro between scientists and non-scientists.” Beer suggests that, thematically, narratives began to emphasize causal relationships and kinship, what Beer calls a “domestication of evolutionary theory”—the bringing of scientific discourse into more daily and wider use. This same evolutionary theory “has particular implications for narrative and for the composition of fiction” (7). In chapter five, Beer looks at how evolutionary theory influences theme and structure in Eliot’s Middlemarch
    In using Darwin as a lens to examine Middlemarch , Beer focuses on his argument that variation “is the key to evolutionary development” and the ways in which Eliot applies this notion of development in her fiction.

    84. Darwing
    Translate this page darwin, george Howard, * 1845 in Down (Kent), † 1912 in Cambridge.Er war das fünfte Kind von Charles darwin. Nach der Schulzeit
    Darwin, George Howard,
    Schriften The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System. London, 1898. On the Influence of Geological Changes on the Earth's Axis of Rotation. Phil. Trans. Royal Society, 167A, 271-312, 1876. Scientific Papers. London, 1907 - 1926.
    Literatur Darwin, Sir Francis: A memoir of Darwin's life by his brother, angeheftet an Scientific Papers, Vol. V, 1916. Obituaries. Month. Not. Royal Astron. Soc., Vol. 73, 204-210, 1913. Hough, S.S.: Proceedings of the Royal Society, 89A, 1914.

    85. George Herbert Mead: On Darwin's Origin Of Species
    Citation george Herbert Mead. On the Influence of darwin s Originof Species . Unpublished manuscript (circa 1909?). 17 pages.
    On the Influence of
    Darwin's Origin of Species
    Citation: George Herbert Mead. "On the Influence of Darwin's Origin of Species". Unpublished manuscript (circa 1909?). 17 pages.
    On the Influence of Darwin's Origin of Species
    The Origin of Species Principia has influenced human thought so immediately and so profoundly as have the Origin of Species and the following works from Darwin's pen. If he many times repaid to other sciences what he borrowed from them in suggestion and material, if the conception of evolution which he has made current has become perhaps the most important development of the (2) recent thought the ground for this must be found in the conditions which obtained at the time at which the Origin of Species appeared. It is to the conditions that I desire to direction your attention this afternoon. It is first of all appropriate that we consider the situation of the physical sciences, which had achieved so much, and which presented the ideal of secure results and accepted method toward which the biological and social sciences turned envious eyes. The increase in the power of telescopes brought new fields of the heavens within the ken of the astronomers. The possibility of nice measurement of the positions of the fixed stars and the determination of parallaxes of certain stars, the recognition that there were systems among the stars, and that the ordering of the stars in the heavens suggested a system of the whole heavens, and especially the study of the nebulae brought the solar system into relation with the rest of the heavens. The question of the history of the solar system and later of the whole physical universe presented

    86. Victorian Novel, 1851-67 - Required Reading
    1987); Gillian Beer, darwin s Plots Evolutionary Narrative in darwin,george Eliot, and NineteenthCentury Fiction (1983); Rosemarie
    Required Reading
    Primary Texts
    See Course Calendar for due date
    • Charles Dickens, Bleak House William Makepeace Thackeray, Henry Esmond Charlotte Bronte, Villette Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Lady Audley's Secret George Eliot, Felix Holt, The Radical Anthony Trollope, The Last Chronicle of Barset
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    Secondary Texts (1851-1867)
    Choose one for Oral Report
    • Walter Bagehot, The English Constitution Isabella Mary Beeton, The Book of Household Management Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species Elizabeth Gaskell, The Life of Charlotte Bronte The Germ. A Hypermedia Critical Edition Alexander William Kinglake, The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin, and an Account of its Progress down to the Death of Lord Raglan Harriet Martineau, British Rule in India: A Historical Sketch Samuel Smiles, Self-Help Karl Marx, The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor John Stuart Mill, Utilitarianism Florence Nightingale

    87. Darwin's Plots : Evolutionary Narrative In Darwin, George Eliot And Nineteenth-C
    darwin s Plots Evolutionary Narrative in darwin,george Eliot and NineteenthCentury Fiction.
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    Diary Of Virginia Woolf Volume 3: Vol. 3 (1925-1930)
    Open Fields: Science in Cultural Encounter Darwin, Third Edition (Norton Critical Editions) The Cambridge Companion to George Eliot ... Fast Book Finder Home
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    88. Manuscripts Catalogue
    List of letters from Lord Kelvin to Sir george darwin. The University, Glasgow. 17Jan. 1881. Letter of introduction for george darwin, son of Charles darwin.

    89. Salon | 21st
    george Dyson s darwin Among the Machines traces a strange new scenario for artificialintelligence one in which the Internet gets smarter as people get
    Click Here TODAY: Let's Get This Straight
    By Scott Rosenberg
    Microsoft to Feds: Hands off my operating system! Will the Net spawn intelligent life? Andrew Leonard on George Dyson's "Darwin Among the Machines" Is Apple going to fold? Join the discussion in the Digital Culture area of Table Talk RECENTLY: Sliced off by the cutting edge
    Second of two excerpts from Ellen Ullman's "Close to the Machine"
    Elegance and entropy

    Ellen Ullman talks with Scott Rosenberg about what makes programmers tick
    Disappearing into the code

    First of two excerpts from Ellen Ullman's "Close to the Machine"
    Clicking for Godot

    By Scott Rosenberg
    Interactive art struggles to produce masterpieces Working for Bill By Jennifer New A contractor dodges projectiles inside the dark heart of Microsoft Apple's apostates: By Jenn Shreve Why Mac developers love working for Microsoft ARCHIVES ILLUSTRATION BY RICHARD DOWNS W ill the Net spawn intelligent life? GEORGE DYSON'S "DARWIN AMONG THE MACHINES" TRACES A STRANGE NEW SCENARIO FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ONE IN WHICH THE INTERNET GETS SMARTER AS PEOPLE GET DUMBER. BY ANDREW LEONARD A But there's another way, according to author George Dyson the evolutionary way. In his ambitious new book, "Darwin Among The Machines: The Evolution of Global Intelligence" (Addison-Wesley, 286 pages), Dyson suggests that a new kind of intelligence may one day emerge undirected and unplanned from the incomprehensible complexity of an interconnected, wired world.

    90. BookCrossing Darwin Among The Machines By George Dyson - Review - BookCrossing -
    recently released. 1984 by george Orwell. Released by clarkRM in Manhattan,New York, USA. The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman. Released
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    by George Dyson category Nonfiction booksellers: ...
    status (set by tqd available 1 journaler for this copy... Journal entry by tqd (97/34) from Sydney, New South Wales Australia on Monday, May 10, 2004
    I read this some years back, and all I remember is being completely confused and frustrated by it. But to give you some idea of why I bought it, some comments from the back of the book (all typos mine):
    "Brilliantly fuses the development of evolutionary theory and computing ... prophetic ... it could also be that with this challenging book, Dyson, like his heroes, is years ahead of his time"
    "A very good book about life's grand project after animals: machines ... At times ironically resigned to the notion of progress, at others enthused and enraged, it reads as though the poet Robert Frost had popped ecstasy in the company of Alan Turing"


    91. Dyson, B. George, L'Evoluzione Delle Macchine. Da Darwin All'intelligenza Global
    darwin all intelligenza globale.Milano, Raffaello Cortina, 2000, pp. 440, Lit. 52.000, ISBN 88-7078-649-8.
    Dyson, B. George, L'Evoluzione delle Macchine. Da Darwin all'intelligenza globale
    Milano, Raffaello Cortina, 2000, pp. 440, Lit. 52.000, ISBN 88-7078-649-8.
    Recensione di Luciano Floridi
    L'autore Links Temo che questo libro possa essere lasciato tranquillamente sullo scaffale della libreria. Il titolo e il sottotitolo della traduzione italiana (ottima) sono di gran lunga migliori dell' originale inglese e fanno un favore all'autore. Darwin Among the Machines ha il pregio di mettere subito in guardia il lettore sul livello di generica e pasticciata confusione in cui ci si ritrova una volta superata la soglia della copertina. Non ci si riesce ad orientare, e fino alla fine resta il dubbio su quale sia veramente il preciso intento dell'autore, e a quale pubblico sia rivolto il libro, troppo banale e chicchierone per uno specialista ma non abbastanza chiaro, lineare e semplice per il lettore con interessi scientifici. Ma partiamo dai contenuti. In teoria, si tratterebbe di una storia delle macchine, o forse meglio di una story Capitolo 1, in cui si parla della vita di Hobbes, del Leviatano, della storia degli automi, della

    92. Darwin-Wallace 1858 Paper On Evolution: Index
    THE darwin WALLACE1858EVOLUTIONPAPER. Prepared by. James L. Reveal, F.L.S., Paul J. Bottino and Charles F. Delwiche. Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics. University of Maryland, College
    James L. Reveal, F.L.S., Paul J. Bottino and Charles F. Delwiche
    Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics
    University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA INDEX Introduction
    The 1858 Darwin-Wallace Paper Remarks by Lyell and Hooker
    Extact from Darwin's 1844 "Essay"

    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

    93. Redirects For Victorian Web, Postcolonial Web, And Cyberspace, Hypertext, & Crit
    george Landows sites are now hosted at the following places Victorian Web http// Web http//
    George Landows' sites are now hosted at the following places:
    Victorian Web:

    Postcolonial Web:

    94. Introduction
    Before the developement of darwin, this area supported an Open EucalyptWoodland on the plateau and parts of the coastal plain.

    95. Charles Darwin, 1809--1882
    To read Gillian Beer, darwin’s Plots Evolutionary Narrative in darwin, GeorgeEliot and NineteenthCentury Fiction; Janet Browne, Charles darwin, vol.
    23 Oct 1997 12:52 See also Adaptation Ecology and Evolution of course
    • Jacques Barzun Darwin, Marx, Wagner: Critique of a Heritage
    • Anne Becker, The Transmutation Notebooks: Poems in the Voices of Charles and Emma Darwin Review
    • E. Janet Browne, Charles Darwin: A Biography , vol.1 Voyaging [Only one published so far. Review: An Adaptive Peak in Darwin Biographies
    • Charles Darwin
      • On the Origin of Species, by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life [Harvard publishes a very fine fascimile of the first edition, which was the most truly Darwinian one, with a good introduction by Ernst Mayr]
      • The Voyage of the Beagle
    • Jane Langton, Dead as a Dodo Review
    • Jonathan Miller and Borin Van Loon, Darwin for Beginners [apparently also published under the title Charles Darwin
    • John S. Wilkins, frameless version at the site To read:
    • Gillian Beer,
    • Janet Browne, Charles Darwin, vol. II
    • Charles Darwin
      • Autobiography
      • The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex
      • The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals Online
      • [extracts from notebooks]
      • The Power of Movement in Plants
      • The Various Contrivances by Which Orchids Are Fertilized by Insects
    • Ernst Mayr

    96. Le Monde Diplomatique
    Translate this page DIE GEFAHREN GENTECHNISCH MANIPULIERTER PFLANZEN. Als hätte es Darwinnie gegeben. DIE Folgen Bündnispartner anzubieten. Von SUSAN george *.,a0056.idx,17
    Startseite Leserbriefe Impressum Archiv/Suche ... Kunst in LMD
    Die deutschsprachige Ausgabe der französischen Monatszeitung
    für internationale Politik
    Von SUSAN GEORGE * * Vizepräsidentin von Attac, Autorin von "Pour ou contre la mondialisation libérale" (in Zusammenarbeit mit Martin Wolf), Paris (Grasset) 2002. Die Saatgutkonzerne sind nicht nur in ihrem Kernbereich tätig, sie produzieren und vermarkten auch Herbizide und Pestizide und zuweilen sogar Pharmaerzeugnisse. Monsanto, Syngenta, Aventis, Dupont, Dow und einige andere Branchenriesen sind ausnahmslos aus Fusionen und Übernahmen hervorgegangen, die Synergieeffekte freigesetzt haben. Sie selbst bezeichnen sich als Unternehmen der "Wissenschaft vom Leben", doch ihr Ziel ist die Patentierung von Genen, Saatgut und verwandten Technologien und damit nicht mehr und nicht weniger als die weltweite Kontrolle über die Landwirtschaft. Nature Nature
    Der Fall Sambia
    D Es ist schon erstaunlich, wie hartnäckig die dem Namen nach "europäische" Kommission die Interessen US-amerikanischer Konzerne verteidigt. Angesichts dessen drängt sich der Gedanke auf, dass der Kampf gegen diesen politisch-gentechnisch-industriellen Komplex mittlerweile zu einem moralischen Imperativ geworden ist.

    97. Reporter 5/10/00: DARWIN COLLEGE
    1989, YOUNG Lady (Ruth). 1992, ATIYAH Sir Michael MA PHD OM FRS. 1994, DARWINGeorge Pember MA. 1998, EDINGTON Jeffrey William. SEN Amartya Kumar MA PHD FBA.
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    98. Darwin
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