1872 Thomas Huxley Man’s Place in Nature EVOLUTION Charles Darwin Apes Biology
“Life is too short to occupy oneself with the slaying of the slain more than once.”
– Thomas Huxley
Charles Darwin is unquestionably the most prolific evolutionist of the 19th-century; however, biologists such as Thomas Henry Huxley were important advocates for Darwin’s studies. Huxley was best known for his studies on evolution, moral philosophy, and scientific ethics. One of these books, ‘Man’s Place in Nature’, was written to give evidence in support of evolutionary theories stating man evolved from apes. It is noted as being the first book on the topic of human evolution!
Item number: #9127
Evidence as to Man’s Place in Nature
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872.
Collation: Complete with all pages
Many intext illustrations
Binding: Hard Cover; tight and secure
Size: ~8in X 5.5in (20.5cm x 13 5cm)
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