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Man's Place in Nature and Other Essays

By Thomas Henry Huxley
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  • HUXLEY’S ESSAYS WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SIR OLIVER LODGE
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • HUXLEY’S ESSAYS
  • I ON THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE MAN-LIKE APES.
  • II ON THE RELATIONS OF MAN TO THE LOWER ANIMALS.
  • III ON SOME FOSSIL REMAINS OF MAN.
  • IV THE PRESENT CONDITION OF ORGANIC NATURE.
  • V THE PAST CONDITION OF ORGANIC NATURE.
  • VI THE METHOD BY WHICH THE CAUSES OF THE PRESENT AND PAST CONDITIONS OF ORGANIC NATURE ARE TO BE DISCOVERED.—THE ORIGINATION OF LIVING BEINGS.
  • VII THE PERPETUATION OF LIVING BEINGS, HEREDITARY TRANSMISSION AND VARIATION.
  • VIII THE CONDITIONS OF EXISTENCE AS AFFECTING THE PERPETUATION OF LIVING BEINGS.
  • IX A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE POSITION OF MR. DARWIN’S WORK, “ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES,” IN RELATION TO THE COMPLETE THEORY OF THE CAUSES OF THE PHENOMENA OF ORGANIC NATURE.
  • X ON THE EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF THE NATURAL HISTORY SCIENCES.
  • XI ON THE PERSISTENT TYPES OF ANIMAL LIFE.
  • XII TIME AND LIFE.
  • XIII DARWIN ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES.
  • XIV THE DARWINIAN HYPOTHESIS.
  • XV A LOBSTER; OR, THE STUDY OF ZOOLOGY.
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