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Darwinism in the Press: The Evolution of an Idea. Hillsdale, N. Centenary of the Huxley building: personalities and events in the history of Imperial college. Chadwick, O. Chandler, Alice. Mid-Hudson Language Studies 5 : Tamkang Review l : Cherry, Douglas. Wascana Review 1 : Catholic World : Clack, J. Pholiderpeton scutigerum Huxley, an amphibian from the Yorkshire coal measures. Clausen, Christopher.
Cockerell, T. Huxley's Message to the Modern World. Cohen, Chapman. London n. Coleman, D. Coleman, W. Morphology between Type Concept and Descent Theory. Journal of the History of Medical and Allied Sciences 31 : Collie, Michael. Huxley at Work. With the Scientific Correspondence of T.
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Huxley and the Rev. Cooter, R. History of Science 32 ; Cosans, C. Biology and Philosophy, 9 Coulson, C. Science and Religion. Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain 41 : Crossley, R. Culture and Controversy: A Diagnosis. Massachusetts Review 17 : Cruse, Amy. Dale, Peter A. Dampier, Sir William. Darwin, Huxley and the Natural Sciences. Research Publication, Cambridge University. Darwin's Bulldog: T.
Huxley and the Fight for Darwinism. Videocassette London: BBC, Davitashvili, L. Kowalewsky and T. Huxley as Naturalist-Evolutionists. Trudy Institute Istorii Estestvoznaniiia 3 : Dawson, Warren R. Thomas Henry Huxley. Imperial College of Science and Technology. Dean, D. Through Science to Despair: Geology and the Victorians.
Annuals New York Academy of Sciences : Deacon, Margaret. DeBeer, Gavin, ed. Desmond, Adrian. Archtypes and Ancestors: Palaeontology in Victorian London, History of Science 23 : , British Journal History of Science : Osiris 3 : Isis 84 : Metascience 7 : Desroches, Rosny. L'Utopia: Evasion ou anticipation? In Mathe Allain, ed. France and North America: Utopias and Utopians. Lafayette DiGregorio, Mario A.
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Christianity and the Scientific Community in the Age of Darwin. Lindberg and R. Numbers, eds. Berkeley Durant, J. Hamden, Ellegard, Alvar. Goteborg Journal of the History of Ideas 19 : Journal of the History of Ideas 18 June : Eng, Erling. Thomas Henry Huxley's Understanding of "Evolution. English, Mary P. Robert Hardwicke and T.
Archives of Natural History. Everett, Edwin M. The Party of Humanity. The Fortnightly Review and Its Contributors, Chapel Hill Farber, P. Fitter, Richard S. Fleissner, R. Did not T. Clues: A Journal of Detection , Flett, J. Foden, F. Popular Science Examinations of the Nineteenth Century. Journal Royal Institute of Chemistry 87 : Foley, Louis.
The Huxley Tradition of Language Study. Modern Language Journal Jan. Foote, G.
What Is Agnosticism? With observations on Huxley, Bradlaugh, and Ingersoll, and a reply to George Jacob Holyoake; also a defense of atheism. British Journal for the History of Science 29 Foster, C. Friday, James. British Journal for the History of Science 7 : Gantz, Kenneth F. The Beginnings of Darwinian Ethics, Studies in English , Gardner, Percy. Rationalism and Science in Relation to Social Movements.
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Altruism and other Unnatural Acts: T. Huxley on Nature, Man, and Society. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 22 : Gill, Theodore. Huxley and His Work. Smithsonian Institution Annual Report , Gillespie, N. Isis 68 : Gillispie, Charles C. Gilley, Sheridan. The Journal of Religion 61 : Gissing, George. Autobiographical Notes with Comments upon Tennyson and Huxley.
Edinburgh Straus, Jr. Forerunners of Darwin, Gooday, Graeme. Gordon, J. Gould, George. Philadelphia Natural History 95 September : 16f. Natural History 97 September , 12f. Huxley's Place in Natural Science. Times Literary Supplement. Issue January 18, : Gray, P. Journal History of Behavioral Science 4 : In Science, Ideology, and World View.
C, Greene. Gross, Charles G. Haines, IV, George. German Influence upon Scientific Instruction in England, Hall, Marie Boas. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 38 : Cambridge: Cambridge U. Hallam, George. Source of the Word "Agnostic. Helfand, Michael S. Victorian Studies 20 : Herrick, J. Huxley: Religion and Science. Against the Faith.
Thomas J. Buffalo Heyck, T. Journal of British Studies 20 : Hinchliff, Peter. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 37 : Hollowday, E. Thomas Henry Huxley and the Microscope. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 37 : Holloway, S. History 49 : Holmes, S. Life, Morals and Huxley's "Evolution and Ethics. Los Angeles Houghton Walter E. The Rhetoric of T.
University of Toronto Quarterly 18 : The Wellesley Index of Victorian Periodicals Toronto, Howarth, Osbert. Howarth, O. Hubbard, Elbert. Thomas H. Hull, David L. Hunter, Allen G. Allusions in Heart of Darkness to T. Notes and Queries 30 : In Portraits of the Eighties. Huxley as a Man of Letters. Huxley, Andrew. Grandfather and Grandson. Huxley and the Development of Physiology in Britain. Proceedings of the Physiological Society , Huxley, Henrietta, ed. Aphorisms and Reflections. From the Works of T. Huxley with Three of Thomas Henry Huxley. Cornhill Magazine 31 : Huxley, Julian.
Thomas Henry Huxley and Religion. In Essays in Popular Science, Fortnightly : Huxley's Diary of the Voyage of H. A New Judgment. London: BBC Charles Darwin and His World. Huxley, Leonard, ed. Professor Huxley's Start in Life. McClure's Magazine 14 : Selections from vol.
Cornhill Magazine 55, n. Nature May 9, , Cornhill Magazine 72, n. From the Letters of Professor W. Cornhill Magazine June : Irvine, William. In Hill Shine, ed. Booker Memorial Studies. Jacyna, L. Journal History of Biology 17 : Jaki, Stanley L. A Hundred Years of Two Cultures. University of Windsor Review 11 : Jensen, J. Huxley and Robert G. Ingersoll: Agnostics and Roadblock Removers.
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Speech Monographs 32 : Huxley on the United States. Western Speech 31 : Transferred to a London dockside practitioner early in , Huxley was shaken by the lives of his pauper patients. On a free scholarship —45 to Charing Cross Hospital, London, Huxley won medals in physiology and organic chemistry. With his microscope lashed to a table in the chart room, he studied the structure and growth of sea anemones , hydras, jellyfish, and sea nettles such as the Portuguese man-of-war , which decomposed too quickly to be studied anywhere except on the high seas.
He grouped them together as Nematophora named for their stinging cells , although they were later classified as the phylum Cnidaria or Coelenterata. By now Huxley considered it a moral duty to weigh the evidence before believing church dogmas , and his skepticism worried Nettie. He sailed to the Great Barrier Reef and southern coast of New Guinea, sketched Papuans, and suffered terrible mental collapses in the broiling heat of the Coral Sea as he worried about the worth of his scientific work.
This, in later years, would be part of the proof that sea squirts, or ascidians, are the ancestors of the vertebrates. Huxley returned home in , hoping to earn enough to bring Nettie to England. His success at the Royal Society of London testified to the meteoric rise of his scientific reputation: elected a fellow in , he was its Royal Medal winner in and a councillor in But it was all praise and no pudding, he fumed. Although the British Treasury put him on half pay to finish his research which appeared in as The Oceanic Hydrozoa , Huxley could not find an academic post in science.
This led Huxley to more crushing depressions and a desire to raise science to a paying profession. First: This book is less of a pleasure read as it is an academic History of Science read. It feels as though this is White's dissertation papers or perhaps his dissertation. To that extent, while it is a very thoughtful piece, it feels as though White is trying to bend history so as to create a problem that academic scrutiny can solve. Second: There is invaluable interpretation of Thomas Huxley as an idea if not an ideologue and as a visionary who intended to Third: This may sound like a repetition of the first point, but passages of this book feel forced.
Believe me, I read this as part of honors coursework and even incorporated it into my final paper and I felt as though I was forcing things when I was referencing it although the professor apparently did not think that my interpretation was forced and gave me an 'A' on that paper. That said, I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in turning points in the History of Science. Go to Amazon. Back to top.
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