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Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution His Life and Work

By A. S. (Alpheus Spring) Packard
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  • LAMARCK
  • LAMARCK THE FOUNDER OF EVOLUTION HIS LIFE AND WORK
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution. His Life and Work
    • CHAPTER I BIRTH, FAMILY, YOUTH, AND MILITARY CAREER
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II STUDENT LIFE AND BOTANICAL CAREER
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III LAMARCK’S SHARE IN THE REORGANIZATION OF THE JARDIN DES PLANTES AND MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV PROFESSOR OF INVERTEBRATE ZOÖLOGY AT THE MUSEUM
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V LAST DAYS AND DEATH
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI POSITION IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE; OPINIONS OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES AND SOME LATER BIOLOGISTS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VII LAMARCK’S WORK IN METEOROLOGY AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII LAMARCK’S WORK IN GEOLOGY
      • Lamarck’s Contributions to Physical Geology; his Theory of the Earth.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Lamarck’s Contributions to Physical Geology; his Theory of the Earth.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IX LAMARCK THE FOUNDER OF INVERTEBRATE PALÆONTOLOGY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER X LAMARCK’S OPINIONS ON GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOLOGY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XI LAMARCK AS A BOTANIST
    • CHAPTER XII LAMARCK THE ZOÖLOGIST
      • TABLEAU Servant à montrer l’origine des differens animaux.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TABLEAU Servant à montrer l’origine des differens animaux.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIII THE EVOLUTIONARY VIEWS OF BUFFON AND OF GEOFFROY ST. HILAIRE
      • Étienne Geoffroy St. Hilaire.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Étienne Geoffroy St. Hilaire.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIV THE VIEWS OF ERASMUS DARWIN
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XV WHEN DID LAMARCK CHANGE HIS VIEWS REGARDING THE MUTABILITY OF SPECIES?
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVI THE STEPS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAMARCK’S VIEWS ON EVOLUTION BEFORE THE PUBLICATION OF HIS PHILOSOPHIE ZOOLOGIQUE
      • I. From the Système des Animaux sans Vertèbres (1801).
      • II. Recherches sur l’Organisation des Corps vivans, 1802 (Opening Discourse).
        • “First Part: Progress in structure of living beings in proportion as circumstances favor them.
      • “First Part: Progress in structure of living beings in proportion as circumstances favor them.
      • Modification of the organization from one end to the other of the animal chain.
      • Appendix (p. 141).
        • On Species in Living Bodies.
      • On Species in Living Bodies.
      • III. Lamarck’s Views on Species, as published in 1803.
      • IV. Lamarck’s Views as published in 1806.[177]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • I. From the Système des Animaux sans Vertèbres (1801).
    • II. Recherches sur l’Organisation des Corps vivans, 1802 (Opening Discourse).
      • “First Part: Progress in structure of living beings in proportion as circumstances favor them.
    • “First Part: Progress in structure of living beings in proportion as circumstances favor them.
    • Modification of the organization from one end to the other of the animal chain.
    • Appendix (p. 141).
      • On Species in Living Bodies.
    • On Species in Living Bodies.
    • III. Lamarck’s Views on Species, as published in 1803.
    • IV. Lamarck’s Views as published in 1806.[177]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVII THE “PHILOSOPHIE ZOOLOGIQUE”
      • The Influence of Circumstances on the Actions and Habits of Animals.
        • “First Law.
        • “Second Law.
        • “On the Feeling of Existence.
        • On the Transportation of the force-producing Movements in the Interior of Animals.
        • “On the Instincts of Animals.
        • “On the Industry of Certain Animals.
      • “First Law.
      • “Second Law.
      • “On the Feeling of Existence.
      • On the Transportation of the force-producing Movements in the Interior of Animals.
      • “On the Instincts of Animals.
      • “On the Industry of Certain Animals.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • The Influence of Circumstances on the Actions and Habits of Animals.
      • “First Law.
      • “Second Law.
      • “On the Feeling of Existence.
      • On the Transportation of the force-producing Movements in the Interior of Animals.
      • “On the Instincts of Animals.
      • “On the Industry of Certain Animals.
    • “First Law.
    • “Second Law.
    • “On the Feeling of Existence.
    • On the Transportation of the force-producing Movements in the Interior of Animals.
    • “On the Instincts of Animals.
    • “On the Industry of Certain Animals.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVIII LAMARCK’S THEORY AS TO THE EVOLUTION OF MAN
      • “Some Observations Relative to Man.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • “Some Observations Relative to Man.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIX LAMARCK’S THOUGHTS ON MORALS, AND ON THE RELATION BETWEEN SCIENCE AND RELIGION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XX THE RELATIONS BETWEEN LAMARCKISM AND DARWINISM; NEOLAMARCKISM
      • “VI. The Adequacy of Neolamarckism.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • “VI. The Adequacy of Neolamarckism.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS OF J. B. DE LAMARCK[274] 1778–1828
      • 1778
      • (1805–15)
      • 1783
      • 1784
      • 1785
      • 1788
      • 1790
      • 1791
      • 1792
      • 1794
      • 1796
      • 1797
      • 1798
      • 1799
      • 1800
      • 1801
      • 1802
      • 1802–6
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) I, 1802.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) II, 1803.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) III, 1804.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) IV, 1804.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) V, 1804.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VI, 1805.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VII, 1806.
        • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VIII, 1806.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) I, 1802.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) II, 1803.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) III, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) IV, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) V, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VI, 1805.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VII, 1806.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VIII, 1806.
      • 1805
      • 1805–1809
      • 1806
      • 1807
      • 1809
        • (Ces notes ont été relevées sur l’édition de 1809.)
      • (Ces notes ont été relevées sur l’édition de 1809.)
      • 1810–1811
        • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XV, 1810. pp. 20–26.
        • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XVI, 1810.
        • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat. XVII, 1811.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XV, 1810. pp. 20–26.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XVI, 1810.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat. XVII, 1811.
      • 1812
      • 1813
        • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XX, 1813.
        • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1815.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XX, 1813.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1815.
      • 1813–15
        • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1813. p. 401.
        • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, II, 1815.
      • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1813. p. 401.
      • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, II, 1815.
      • 1815–22
      • 1818
      • 1820
      • 1823
      • 1828
      • Eulogies and Biographical Articles on Lamarck
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1778
    • (1805–15)
    • 1783
    • 1784
    • 1785
    • 1788
    • 1790
    • 1791
    • 1792
    • 1794
    • 1796
    • 1797
    • 1798
    • 1799
    • 1800
    • 1801
    • 1802
    • 1802–6
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) I, 1802.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) II, 1803.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) III, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) IV, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) V, 1804.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VI, 1805.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VII, 1806.
      • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VIII, 1806.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) I, 1802.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) II, 1803.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) III, 1804.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) IV, 1804.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) V, 1804.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VI, 1805.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VII, 1806.
    • Paris, Mus. Hist. nat. (Ann.) VIII, 1806.
    • 1805
    • 1805–1809
    • 1806
    • 1807
    • 1809
      • (Ces notes ont été relevées sur l’édition de 1809.)
    • (Ces notes ont été relevées sur l’édition de 1809.)
    • 1810–1811
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XV, 1810. pp. 20–26.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XVI, 1810.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat. XVII, 1811.
    • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XV, 1810. pp. 20–26.
    • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XVI, 1810.
    • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat. XVII, 1811.
    • 1812
    • 1813
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XX, 1813.
      • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1815.
    • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, XX, 1813.
    • Ann. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1815.
    • 1813–15
      • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1813. p. 401.
      • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, II, 1815.
    • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, I, 1813. p. 401.
    • Mém. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, II, 1815.
    • 1815–22
    • 1818
    • 1820
    • 1823
    • 1828
    • Eulogies and Biographical Articles on Lamarck
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX
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