The year 1859, when Darwin changed the course of science and when John Brown rebelled and died, was a profound historical turning point.
Although the designation of Huxley as Darwin’s “bulldog” is well known, acolyte is a more appropriate term and here’s why.
What is that “different direction” that Steve Meyer refers to? It looks less like a twilight and more like a dawn.
Literary critic M. D. Aeschliman sketches the intellectual evolution that connects Barzun with later Darwin critics. The latest is Stephen Meyer.
George Bernard Shaw’s positive criterion by which to measure and ridicule folly and vice was fatally ambiguous, eclectic, and inconstant.