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  1. Charles Darwin Slept Here by John Woram, 2005-07
  2. Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume 1 by Francis Darwin Charles Darwin; Edited by his son, 2007-10-26
  3. On the Origin of Species, first edition by Charles Darwin, 2008-02-14
  4. Down House: Home of Charles Darwin by Solene Morris, Louise Wilson, 1998-01-01
  5. Period Piece: The Victorian Childhood of Charles Darwins Granddaughter by Gwen Raverat, 2004-03-01
  6. Origins: Selected Letters of Charles Darwin, 1822-1859. Anniversary edition. (Selected Letters of C. Darwin)
  7. Evolution, Old & New Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin by Samuel Butler, 2009-10-04
  8. The origin of species by means of natural selection, or, The preservation of favored races in the struggle for life by Charles Darwin, 2010-09-07
  9. Dismantling Discontent: Buddha's Way Through Darwin's World by Dr. Charles Fisher, 2007-08-15
  10. The Foundations of the Origin of Species - Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844 by Charles Darwin, 2010-07-12
  11. Darwin's Plots: Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and Nineteenth-Century Fiction by Gillian Beer, 2009-06-22
  12. What Darwin Saw: The Journey That Changed the World by Rosalyn Schanzer, 2009-01-13
  13. Animals Charles Darwin Saw (Explorers (Chronicle Books)) by Sandra Markle, 2009-01-28
  14. Reading Genesis after Darwin

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  • 82. Charles Darwin - Biography And Works
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    Search all of Charles Darwin British naturalist, who revolutionized the science of biology by his demonstration of evolution by natural selection. Darwin's ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION, OR THE PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES IN THE STRUGGLE OF LIFE, was published on November 24, 1859, and sold out immediately. It was followed by five more editions in his lifetime. The expression "survival of the fittest" did not originate from Darwin's work. Herbert Spencer had already used it in his books about evolutionary philosophy. Though he later described our common ancestor as "a hairy quadruped, furnished with a tail and pointed ears," Darwin did not do so in the famous On the Origin of Species.
    "The presence of a body of well-instructed men, who have not to labor for their daily bread, is important to a degree which cannot be overestimated; as all high intellectual work is carried on by them, and on such work material progress of all kinds mainly depends, not to mention other and higher advantages." (from The Descent of Man, 1871)
    Darwin was born in Shrewsbury. His grandfather Erasmus Darwin was a scientist, whose ideas on evolution anticipated later theories. His chief prose work was Zoonomia, or the Laws of Organic Life (1794-96). Darwin's maternal grandfather was Josiah Wedgewood, wealthy founder of the famous potteru works. Due his background Darwin was not expected to work for a living but use his education and talents well.

    83. Menu For Charles Darwin
    A brief biography, autobiography, and time line of many of the events in darwin's life.
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    Three short biographies for beginning, intermediate and advanced readers.

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    88. Charles Darwin
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    Philosophie durch seine Entwicklungslehre von Bedeutung. Empedokles Lamarck Erasmus Darwin Goethe ... Owen und Spencer Von Darwin stammt die Selektionstheorie. Die Arten Natur gibt es nicht nur Zweckursachen Wie Malthus Kampf ums Dasein Der Mensch hat sich aus affenartigen Vorfahren (nicht aus einer lebenden Affenart) entwickelt. Auch die psychischen und sittlichen Eigenschaften des Menschen sind das Produkt einer Entwicklung. Handelns ist das allgemeine Wohl, das nicht in Lust powered by Uwe Wiedemann

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    90. : DARWIN, Charles (UK, 1809-1882)
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    92. MITECS: Darwin, Charles
    darwin, charles. Robert J. Richards. References. darwin, C. (1969). The Autobiographyof charles darwin. , N. Barlow, Ed., New York Norton. darwin, C. (1987).
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    Charles Darwin (1809-1882) formulated the most important biological theory of the last century and a half: his theory of EVOLUTION by natural selection. By explaining that "mystery of mysteries," the origin of species, Darwin overturned long-entrenched biological and religious assumptions. He applied his general theory to the human animal and thereby rendered an account of moral behavior and rational mind that has formed the foundation for many complementary theories today.
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    Darwin, C. (1969). The Autobiography of Charles Darwin. , N. Barlow, Ed., New York: Norton. Darwin, C. (1987). Charles Darwin's Notebooks, 1836-1844. P. Barrett et al., Eds., Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Darwin, C. (1985 -).

    93. Evolution On The Web For Biology Students
    Annotated directory of links for students of evolution. Includes coverage of evolutionary theory, the history of evolutionary thought, charles darwin, human evolution, and the fossil record.
    Evolution on the Web for Biology Students
    The headings on this page correspond roughly to the topics I cover in Principles of Biology II. There is a lot of junk on the web so don't assume that everything you read is true. However, the sites listed here seem to be of high quality. Additional web sites on evolution and ecology can be accessed from my Links page.
    • The Talk.Origins Archive contains a wealth of information on evolution and also addresses claims of creationists. Among the articles in this archive are introduction to evolutionary theory . It is long (for a web page), but provides a good supplement to the lecture and text material.
    • Major themes in Evolution is another good overview provided by the National Academy of Sciences. This one has lots of illustrations that you can enlarge by clicking.
    • Keep up with the latest evolution headlines . This page is part of the excellent Richard Dawkins site.
    • A key element in Darwin's argument for evolution was the belief that the Earth was very old. To learn more about the age of the Earth and the different geological periods go to the University of California Museum of Paleontology exhibit on Geological Time
    "Nothing in biology makes sense except in light of evolution"
    This quote by Theodosius Dobzhansky nicely emphasizes the role of evolution as the most important unifying principle in biology. When we look at nature we may first be struck by the diversity of life. But if we look deeper we begin to appreciate the unity of life as well. This unity reflects the common ancestry of all living things.

    94. Darwin, Charles Robert
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    96. Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882)
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    • Charles Robert Darwin was born on 12 February,1809 fifth of six children of Robert Waring Darwin and Susannah,daughter of Josiah Wedgwood. His mother died ,aged 52 when he was 8 years old. In 1822,he entered Shrewsbury School as a boarding student. In 1825,he left Shrewsbury School and went to Edinburgh University to read medicine with his brother,Erasmus. Two years later,he entered Christ's College,Cambridge. In 1831,he passed his BA without Honours and remained at Cambridge for further two terms where he befriended J.S.Henslow The Correspondence of Charles Darwin ,which consists of many personal correspondence to his family,friends,and his fellow scientists. In 1836,he returned to Britain on 2nd October. In 1839,he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society on 24th January, and 5 days later married his cousin, Emma Wedgwood In the same year, Journal of Researches into Geology and Natural History of the Various Countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle was published as volume 3 of Capt.FitzRoy's Narrative,later reissued as

    97. MedHist: UK's Gateway To Resources For The History Of Medicine
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    Title Autobiography of Charles Darwin Description The full-text of Charles Darwin's autobiography, taken from Life and letters of Charles Darwin, including an aubiographical chapter; edited by his son, Francis Darwin Keywords History of Medicine, 19th Cent. Books Autobiography Personal name Darwin, Charles (Charles Robert) 1809-1882 Time coverage 19th Century CE;
    Title Charles Darwin's The expression of the emotions in man and animals Description The full-text of The expression of the emotions in man and animals by Charles Darwin (N.Y.: D. Appleton and Company, 1872). The text is available as a series of HTML files, reflecting the structure of the original work. The text includes an indication of the page numbering of the original work. The text has been made available as part of The Mead Project, a project at Brock University, Canada to make available works by or relating to the work of the social psychologist and philosopher, George Herbert Mead. The text includes an introduction and instructions on how to cite it. Keywords History of Medicine, 19th Cent.

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    99. Darwin, Charles
    PC, 7 April 2001 Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Online Literature Library charlesdarwin http// This site, contains
    ScienceLinks: Reviews of quality educational web sites for Science Teachers Charles Darwin (1809 - 1882)
    Co-founder of the theory of evolution by natural selection
    BBC Education's Evolution Page: Charles Darwin
    This fabulous site is part of the extensive BBC Education site. It was created to support an Evolution Weekend in 1998. There are many parts, each offering a different view of Darwin, the impact of his ideas, and current thinking on natural selection. The full text of The Origin of Species can be viewed on-line, or downloaded for reading off line. Several essays on Darwin, his life and his work, and the history of Darwinism, as well as an excellent essay finding a pathway between the extremes of evolutionism and creationism, are presented by eminent authorities in their fields. The Extinction Files provide explanations of features of mass extinctions in the fossil record. A fun and interesting artificial life environment simulation, Biotopia, can be played online (requires Java 1.1 or later). Full transcripts of the BBC series Life on Earth are also provided. Read the full transcript of a one-hour televised Darwin Debate on the impact of natural selection on our daily lives, as well as the on-line debate that followed. The extensive annotated Darwin bibliography lists many books on Darwin's life, work and publications, the history of evolutionary theory and Darwinism, and evolutionary theory today. There is a special section on Darwin for younger readers, as well as a good selection of Internet links for Darwin and Wallace, evolution in general and the history of biology. [PC, 7 April 2001]

    100. Sir Francis Galton F.R.S
    Victorian polymath geographer, meteorologist, tropical explorer, founder of differential psychology, inventor of fingerprint identification, pioneer of statistical correlation and regression, convinced hereditarian, eugenicist, protogeneticist, cousin of charles darwin and best-selling author.
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