The Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy, May and June 1837

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Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892), comparative anatomist, colleague and later antagonist of Darwin, and head of the British Museum (Natural History), was a major figure in Victorian science, and one of the least well known. Historians of science have found Owen a difficult subject, partly because he seldom wrote at length about his theories of the nature of life. However, his contemporaries Darwin, Lyell, Grant, Huxley, and others certainly knew his ideas and agreed or argued with him while developing their own views. Now, for ...

The Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy, May and June 1837 1992, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226641904

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The Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy, May and June 1837 1992, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

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