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Lectures on evolution, with an appendix on the study of biology

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Lectures on evolution - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

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Image of the title page of Lectures on evolution : with an appendix on the study of biology / by Thomas H. Huxley. New York : J. Fitzgerald & Co., 1882. Part of the Humboldt Library of popular science literature, no. 36. Huxley took on the mission of bringing Darwin's ideas to the British public. His lectures explained evolutionary theory to the working classes and discussed its religious implications -- he coined the term "agnostic" to describe his position of reasoned doubt.

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<p>Image of the title page of Lectures on evolution : with an appendix on the study of biology / by Thomas H. Huxley. New York : J. Fitzgerald & Co., 1882. Part of the Humboldt Library of popular science literature, no. 36.  Huxley took on the mission of bringing Darwin's ideas to the British public. His lectures explained evolutionary theory to the working classes and discussed its religious implications -- he coined the term "agnostic" to describe his position of reasoned doubt.</p>
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Lectures on evolution, with an appendix on the study of biology

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895. Lectures on evolution - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

<p>Image of the title page of Lectures on evolution : with an appendix on the study of biology / by Thomas H. Huxley. New York : J. Fitzgerald & Co., 1882. Part of the Humboldt Library of popular science literature, no. 36.  Huxley took on the mission of bringing Darwin's ideas to the British public. His lectures explained evolutionary theory to the working classes and discussed its religious implications -- he coined the term "agnostic" to describe his position of reasoned doubt.</p>
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Image of the title page of Lectures on evolution : with an appendix on the study of biology / by Thomas H. Huxley. New York : J. Fitzgerald & Co., 1882. Part of the Humboldt Library of popular science literature, no. 36. Huxley took on the mission of bringing Darwin's ideas to the British public. His lectures explained evolutionary theory to the working classes and discussed its religious implications -- he coined the term "agnostic" to describe his position of reasoned doubt.

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