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The Darwinian Revolution

James G. Lennox

Presented at: CC 1988

Date: Jul 30, 1988

Charles Darwin's On the Origin Of Species constituted a revolution in the study of life. What were the components of that revolution, and how did Darwin discover them and integrate them into a theory? How did the introduction of Darwin's theory change the study of life? A careful study of this brilliant episode in the history of science provides a basis for understanding scientific creativity and the effects of introducing fundamentally new concepts, principles and methods into science.


Parts: 2

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