“Naturalists are too apt to imagine, when they cannot discover, a use for everything in nature.”
I’m now in the Malaysian state of Sabah some miles from the capital Kota Kinabalu, established as Jesselton long after Alfred Russel Wallace had left the region.
This was a great place to meet people from all over the world, brightened by the hospitality of the Malaysian people in a city that is easy to love.
In many ways Wallace’s contributions began here on Borneo, the third largest island in the world.
Weikart’s most recent publication makes the position of the history deniers untenable.