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French zoologist Georges Cuvier (1769-1832) is mostly remembered as being on the losing side of two great scientific debates, evolution and ...Show synopsisFrench zoologist Georges Cuvier (1769-1832) is mostly remembered as being on the losing side of two great scientific debates, evolution and catastrophism. But his careful research on fossils helped give credibility to geology and paleontology. This volume translates Cuvier's essential writings on fossils and catastrophes, enabling readers to better assess Cuvier's importance to science. 25 photos.Hide synopsis
Publisher: Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1997
Description:New transltions & interpretations of the primary texts of...New transltions & interpretations of the primary texts of Georges Cuvier. 301 pages. Softcover. Condition: near new. ISBN 0226731073.
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