American Addresses, with a Lecture on the Study of Biology by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Author Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895
LoC No. 03024198
Title American Addresses, with a Lecture on the Study of Biology
Contents I. Three lectures on evolution: I. The three hypotheses respecting the history of nature. II. The hypothesis of evolution. The neutral and the favourable evidence. III. The demonstrative evidence of evolution -- II. An address on the occasion of the opening of the Johns Hopkins university (Baltimore, September 12, 1876) -- III. A lecture on the study of biology, in connection with the loan collection of scientific apparatus (South Kensington museum, December 16, 1876).
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Language English
LoC Class QH: Science: Natural history
Subject Evolution
Subject Johns Hopkins University
Subject Biology -- Study and teaching
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EBook-No. 16136
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