Tag: Thomas Henry Huxley
Why Darwin Eclipsed Wallace: The Role of Propaganda
To isolate and quantify the factors which ultimately led to the acceptance of Darwinian ideas is not a straightforward task.
Where Is the Evidence for Darwinism?
Notoriously, one of the shrewdest of Darwin’s “reticences” concerned the lack of fossil evidence.
Sunday with the Devil’s Acolyte — Thomas Henry Huxley
Although the designation of Huxley as Darwin’s “bulldog” is well known, acolyte is a more appropriate term and here’s why.
Richard Owen and Charles Darwin on Race: A Study in Contrasts
Darwin was unquestionably a racist, arguing that civilization would advance even at the cost of inevitable racial extermination.
Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man
On the book’s 150th anniversary, a prestigious journal is catching up with Darwin critics.