Book ID: CBB000071857

Thomas Henry Huxley's place in science and letters: Centenary essays (1997)


Barr, Alan P. (Editor)

University of Georgia Press

Publication Date: 1997
Physical Details: xiii + 353 pp.; illus.; notes

Description Contents: Barr, Alan P.: “Common sense clarified”: Thomas Henry Huxley's faith in truth. Reed, John R.: Thomas Henry Huxley and the question of morality. Knight, David: Thomas Henry Huxley and philosophy of science. Schwartz, Joel S.: “A good impudent faith in my own star”: Thomas Henry Huxley's odyssey in the South Seas. Lyons, Sherrie L.: Convincing men they are monkeys. Bowler, Peter J.: Thomas Henry Huxley and the reconstruction of life's ancestry. Ruse, Michael: Thomas Henry Huxley and the status of evolution as science. Di Gregorio, Mario A.: Thomas Henry Huxley and German science. Reid, Robert G.B.: Thomas Henry Huxley and 19th-century biology. White, Paul: Genius in public and private. Brantlinger, Patrick: Thomas Henry Huxley and the imperial archive. Bodmer, George R.: The technical illustration of Thomas Henry Huxley. Sommerville, Bruce, Shortland, Michael: Thomas Henry Huxley, H.G. Wells, and the method of Zadig. Lightman, Bernard: “Fighting even with death”: Balfour, scientific naturalism, and Thomas Henry Huxley's final battle.

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Review Paradis, J. (1998) Review of "Thomas Henry Huxley's place in science and letters: Centenary essays". Albion (pp. 541-43). unapi

Review Vergata, A. La (1999) Review of "Thomas Henry Huxley's place in science and letters: Centenary essays". Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 350-54). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Lyons, Sherrie Lynne
Lightman, Bernard V.
Ungureanu, James C.
Ulrich Kattmann
Novick, Aaron
White, Paul S.
Journal of the History of Biology
Victorian Literature and Culture
Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Science and Education
Rivista di Storia della Filosofia
Centre for Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen
Controversies and disputes
Science education and teaching
Science and religion
Quinary System
Huxley, Thomas Henry
Owen, Richard
Darwin, Charles Robert
Wilberforce, Samuel
Spencer, Herbert
Macleay, William Sharp
Time Periods
19th century
20th century
18th century
London (England)
British Isles
Great Britain
Royal School of Mines
Oxford University
British Association for the Advancement of Science

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