Charles Darwin

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English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)

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More exactly, the authors' purpose is to disclose the evidence for their claim that Darwin's work on evolution and speciation was driven by his concerns about the contemporary use of natural science to justify slavery and other social injustices.
5) No one acquainted with Darwin's correspondence and the continuing comments, questions, and requests for information related to the development of his theory could make such an outlandish assertion.
Their work is based not only on their firsthand experiences in Galapagos, but also on their thorough examinations of Darwin's extensive letters, notes, journals, and related documents (e.
The Darwin and Gender project - funded by a A[pounds sterling]480,000 donation from The Bonita Trust - will make available for the first time in a single resource Darwin's private and largely unpublished writings relevant to all aspects of gender; in particular, a large body of the great naturalist's own letters.
Conversations with Darwin's close friends, like the Harvard University professor Asa Gray, or the explorer and botanist Joseph Hooker, can be followed over many years.
Darwin's Shooter being biographical and based on Darwin's diaries and letters whereas Mr.
Darwin's theory of evolution by the mechanism of natural selection is one of the most powerful and influential scientific theories ever proposed.
After a short service, Mr Darwin's coffin, draped in a Union flag, was taken to Blackhall Cemetery.
Charles Darwin's Recipe Book", a brilliantly presented compendium of recipes, culinary instructions and personal anecdotes about the every day life in the Charles Darwin household as recorded by his wife Emma Wedgwood Darwin.
Jack Sennott, Darwin's Chief Operating Officer, added, "The Darwin team is very proud of the franchise we have built over the last five-and-a-half years and is excited about our future as a key component of Allied World.
JOHN and Anne Darwin were each jailed for more than six years yesterday for carrying out a "determined, sustained and sophisticated" pounds 250,000 fraud by faking Mr Darwin's death in a canoeing accident.
Charles Darwin's curiosity, observations, and discoveries nearly 150 years ago have forever changed our understanding of the origin and nature of all species, including our own.
Cleveland Police would ask if anyone has any further information as to Mr Darwin's whereabouts over the past five years they should contact us.
This biography concentrates on the crucial two decades in Darwin's life between his famous voyage and the 1859 publication of the first edition of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection.
Today one can find loyal advocates of Darwin's theory in all faith communities and cultures.