What about Darwin?



Charles Darwin And His Revolutionary Ideas Inspired Pundits The World Over To Put Pen To Paper In This Unique Dictionary Of Quotations, Darwin Scholar Thomas Glick Presents Fascinating Observations About Darwin And His Ideas From Such Notable Figures As P T Barnum, Anton Chekhov, Mahatma Gandhi, Carl Jung, Martin Luther King, Mao Tse Tung, Pius IX, Jules Verne, And Virginia Woolf.What Was It About Darwin That Generated Such Widespread Interest His Origin Of Species Changed The World Naturalists, Clerics, Politicians, Novelists, Poets, Musicians, Economists, And Philosophers Alike Could Not Help But Engage His Theory Of Evolution Whatever Their View Of His Theory, However, Those Who Met Darwin Were Unfailingly Charmed By His Modesty, Kindness, Honesty, And Seriousness Of Purpose.This Diverse Collection Drawn From Essays, Letters, Novels, Short Stories, Plays, Poetry, Speeches, And Parodies Demonstrates How Darwin S Ideas Permeated All Areas Of Thought The Quotations Trace A Broad Conversation About Darwin Across Great Distances Of Time And Space, Revealing His Profound Influence On The Great Thinkers Of The Nineteenth And Twentieth Centuries.What about Darwin?

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  • Paperback
  • 552 pages
  • What about Darwin?
  • Thomas F. Glick
  • English
  • 04 October 2018
  • 9780801894626

9 thoughts on “What about Darwin?

  1. says:

    A collection of opinions about DarwinismThis is a collection of opinions expressed by key figures in the history about Darwin s theory of evolution, which reflects on how his theory touched their minds and hearts Darwin influenced a very wide range of people from all fields Examples include Pope Pius IX, Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Mahatma Gandhi, President Abraham Lincoln, President Theodore Roosevelt, President Woodrow Wilson, Lenin, Stalin, John Maynard Keynes, Bertrand Russell, Charles Dickens, and many others Many were Darwin s enemies, some ridiculed his theory, and many became evolutionists The Wilberforce Huxley debate at Oxford in July 1860 was a turning point in the acceptance of Darwinism in England Most of the elite had been won over in first few months of his publication, On the origin of species A summary of some of the comments of his admirers and his critics are as follows I very much like physicist Ernst Mach s criticism of Darwin in which he observes that if preservation of species had been important than adaptation, struggle for survival, and evolution then species would move in a vicious circle like perpet...

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