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Huxley, Thomas Henry

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Birth and Death Dates 1825-1895


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Article Ulrich Kattmann (2023)
Vorurteil vs. Wissenschaft: Thomas Henry Huxley und Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (Prejudice vs. science: Thomas Henry Huxley and Johann Friedrich Blumenbach). Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau (pp. 32-34). (/isis/citation/CBB487651942/) unapi

Book Alison Bashford (2022)
The Huxleys: An Intimate History of Evolution. (/isis/citation/CBB535186379/) unapi

Article Joachim L. Dagg; J. F. Derry (2022)
Patrick Matthew's synthesis of catastrophism and transformism. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 167-188). (/isis/citation/CBB199090666/) unapi

Article Tarquin Holmes (2021)
Science, sensitivity and the sociozoological scale: Constituting and complicating the human-animal boundary at the 1875 Royal Commission on Vivisection and beyond. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 194-207). (/isis/citation/CBB079918903/) unapi

Article David Ceccarelli (2021)
Theistic evolution and evolutionary ethics: Henry Fairfield Osborn and Huxley’s legacy. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 114). (/isis/citation/CBB339183866/) unapi

Book Diarmid A. Finnegan (2021)
The Voice of Science: British Scientists on the Lecture Circuit in Gilded Age America. (/isis/citation/CBB902136789/) unapi

Article A. Desmond; A. Darwin (2021)
T. H. Huxley’s turbulent apprenticeship years: John Charles Cooke and the John Salt scandal. Archives of Natural History (pp. 215-226). (/isis/citation/CBB807422529/) unapi

Article Mary P. Winsor (2021)
“I would sooner die than give up”: Huxley and Darwin's deep disagreement. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 53). (/isis/citation/CBB437064231/) unapi

Article Michael A. Taylor (2019)
Three Memoirs of Hugh Miller (1802–1856) by His Son Hugh Miller Fgs. Archives of Natural History (pp. 113-118). (/isis/citation/CBB043414207/) unapi

Article Xiaoxing Jin (2019)
Translation and Transmutation: The Origin of Species in China. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 117-141). (/isis/citation/CBB682492481/) unapi

Book Ruth Barton (2018)
The X Club: Power and Authority in Victorian Science. (/isis/citation/CBB960742427/) unapi

Article Alexander Klein (2018)
The Curious Case of the Decapitated Frog: On Experiment and Philosophy. British Journal for the History of Philosophy (pp. 890-917). (/isis/citation/CBB887783684/) unapi

Article Richard England (2017)
Censoring Huxley and Wilberforce: A New Source for the Meeting That the Athenaeum ‘Wisely Softened Down’. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 371-384). (/isis/citation/CBB539474782/) unapi

Article Chris Manias (2017)
Progress in life's history: Linking Darwinism and palaeontology in Britain, 1860–1914. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (pp. 18-26). (/isis/citation/CBB426710736/) unapi

Article Catherine Belling (2017)
Arts, Sciences, Humanities: Triangulating the Two Cultures.. Journal of Literature and Science (pp. 19-25). (/isis/citation/CBB613255827/) unapi

Article Bernard Lightman (2016)
The “History” of Victorian Scientific Naturalism: Huxley, Spencer and the “End” of natural history. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (pp. 17-23). (/isis/citation/CBB438202580/) unapi

Thesis Jeffrey Thomas Wright (2016)
Darwin, Huxley, and the Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric of Science. (/isis/citation/CBB948034428/) unapi

Article James C. Ungureanu (2016)
A Yankee at Oxford: John William Draper at the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Oxford, 30 June 1860. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 135-150). (/isis/citation/CBB714981739/) unapi

Article Aaron Novick (2016)
On the Origins of the Quinarian System of Classification. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 95-133). (/isis/citation/CBB217455719/) unapi

Article Lightman, Bernard V. (2015)
Scientific Naturalists and Their Language Games. History of Science (pp. 395-416). (/isis/citation/CBB001553629/) unapi

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