📒On The Origin Of Species ✍ Charles Darwin

♠Book Title : On the Origin of Species
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher : Oxford University Press
♣Release Date : 2008-11-13
✿Pages : 394
♠ISBN : 9780199219223
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝On the Origin of Species SYNOPSIS : Charles Darwin explains his theories of evolution by natural selection.

♠Book Title : On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection Or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher :
♣Release Date : 1859
✿Pages : 502
♠ISBN : OXFORD:301043408
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection Or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life SYNOPSIS :

📒The Origin Of Species ✍ Charles Darwin

♠Book Title : The Origin of Species
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher : Dent
♣Release Date : 1909
✿Pages : 551
♠ISBN : UVA:X006136857
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝The Origin of Species SYNOPSIS : First published in 1859, this landmark book on evolutionary biology was not the first to deal with the subject, but it went on to become a sensation—and a controversial one for many religious people who could not reconcile Darwin’s science with their faith. Darwin worked on the book for over 20 years before its publication. The radical crux of his scientific theory was the idea of natural selection, which meant that chance, not a divine Creator, played a great role in humanity's advancement and that individuals who weren't physically able to adapt with the greater populace died off.

♠Book Title : the foundations of the origins of species
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher : CUP Archive
♣Release Date :
✿Pages :
♠ISBN :
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝the foundations of the origins of species SYNOPSIS :

📒Origin Of Species ✍ Charles Darwin

♠Book Title : Origin of Species
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher : Simon and Schuster
♣Release Date : 2012-12-10
✿Pages : 109
♠ISBN : 9781625583727
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝Origin of Species SYNOPSIS : The Origin of Species is the landmark book that, for better or worse, puts science and religion at odds. Very few people have read this book and come away not believing in evolution. The detail of research is even by today's standards stunning; and the writing is still eminently readable. Second only to the Bible in its scope of influence, this book is a pertinent today as when it was first written.

♠Book Title : Charles Darwin and The Origin of Species
✍Author : Keith Francis
♛Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
♣Release Date : 2007
✿Pages : 192
♠ISBN : 0313317488
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝Charles Darwin and The Origin of Species SYNOPSIS : Looks at the life of Charles Darwin, covers the background of the book "On the Origin of Species," presents Darwin's theories and concepts of evolution, and discusses the impact of the book.

♠Book Title : The Cambridge Companion to the Origin of Species
✍Author : Michael Ruse
♛Publisher : Cambridge University Press
♣Release Date : 2009
✿Pages : 395
♠ISBN : 9780521870795
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝The Cambridge Companion to the Origin of Species SYNOPSIS : This Companion commemorates the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Origin of Species and examines its main arguments. Drawing on the expertise of leading authorities in the field, it also provides the contexts - religious, social, political, literary, and philosophical - in which the Origin was written.

📒The Last Human Spring ✍ L. S. Heatherly

♠Book Title : The Last Human Spring
✍Author : L. S. Heatherly
♛Publisher : L. S. Heatherly
♣Release Date : 2002
✿Pages : 446
♠ISBN : 9781401068356
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝The Last Human Spring SYNOPSIS : A ground-breaking work on nature and humanity. This book deepens the spirit of Silent Spring, and of Walden into human conservation and healing. It reveals the stunning breakthrough into Nurturome. It breaks open, then completes our view of evolution; it reveals the Second Missing Link. It redefines and redirects the Environmental Movement the nature-human debate. It dispels the issue of nature vs. culture, and other key myths of 'civilization', Modernism, and Postmodernism. It reveals the Origin and Emergence of Alien Being Alienism. It presents the Revelation of Selflifeworld. It reveals the Origins of Egoself that comes to displace whole self and whole mind. Over one hundred-fifty subheadings mark more surprises on the journey! A vast pot-pourri for laymen, professionals, and students! From The Critics Midwest Book Review The Last Human Spring provides a philosophy of the nature-human world and its interactions, from concepts of evolution and astronomical history to reflections on concepts of aliens, human alliances with and struggles over nature, and visions of how humanity interacts with the environment. An intiguing survey of human life and meaning. Journal of Environmental Education - Richard R. Jurin The author, L. S. Heatherly, has done an admirable job of orchestrating a mind-expanding series of short essays ...convincing and thought-provoking ideas ...that show the reader how ...and why[our]separation from nature began ...and continues to exist. In an account similar to Daniel Quinn's Ishmael ideas,...he convincingly debunks many of the great myths that drive our modern human thinking ...and shows how ...only through civilization have [humans] achieved a disconnect [from nature] ...highly readable ...adult readers can [opt to] read in short sections ...suited to a high school or college audience with a good teacher or instructor ...[a] wonderful and uplifting [treatise] of a new spiritual redemption to be used in general environmental education studies [despite] a negative vision of the future ... What People Are Saying It is an amazing book, truly ground-breaking,...I respect and acknowledge [the] vision,...I hope [the] book is widely read. Pulitzer Prize-winning Author, Human Rights Leader, Ecoleader, and Poet Laureate of the Environmental Movement Correct - Gary Snyder I commend [the Author] on the diligence of [his] investigation ...engaged in what Thomas Berry calls the 'great work' of restiring harmony between humans and the rest of nature. Author of Simple in Means, Rich in Ends: Practicing Deep Ecology - Bill Devall June 15, 2009: I continue to be amazed at the clarity with which L.S. Heatherly presents what was, for me, incomprehensible human relationships and foibles. I've come to rely upon "The Last Human Spring" as my guide to life. The book exudes enlightenment. The prose is eminently readable and, in the best philosophical manner, the reader is guided along the path while being encouraged to think independently. -EnlightenedRaconteur "THE LAST HUMAN SPRING is an absorbing, enlightening, and fascinating work. The ideas are as important as any I've ever read or studied. This is an amazing philosopher. I dare say that his work may become as important as any by Darwin or B. F. Skinner. This book has had a profound influence on my interpretation of the human condition; and I am committed to getting it into the minds and hands of the world. Bless Heatherly's soul for forming these ideas and publishing them." -- Darrly House, Magalia California, USA -Anonymous

♠Book Title : Charles Darwin s The Origin of Species Science Rhetoric and Revolution
✍Author : Claudia Irion
♛Publisher : GRIN Verlag
♣Release Date : 2008-06
✿Pages : 28
♠ISBN : 9783638950701
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝Charles Darwin s The Origin of Species Science Rhetoric and Revolution SYNOPSIS : Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, Catholic University Eichstatt-Ingolstadt, 36 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: "Only now can we appreciate in how many different ways the Origin departed from established concepts and how many new directions it opened up. Every modern discussion of man's future, the population explosion, the struggle for existence, the purpose of man and the universe, and man's place in nature rests on Darwin." With these words Ernst Mayr opens his introduction to the facsimile of the first edition of Darwin's The Origin of Species and thus outlines the dimensions of its significance and place in cultural history. The difference, which separates the book and its author from many other scientific works of similar importance, is the degree to which it has been brought up in public debates. Additionally, it was noticed that Darwin's success had also something to do with his talent as a writer: he made us see the world in a different light with figures of speech. But to claim that Darwin was a rhetorician is not to dismiss his science, but to draw attention to his accommodation of his message to the professional and lay audiences whose support was necessary for its acceptance. While the debate in natural sciences was largely over by the end of the 1940s, the cultural debate came up again. Catchwords like Social or Cultural Darwinism indicate the transfer of the biological theory to other spheres. Nowadays, most of the main religions have accepted the theory of evolution and promote a co-existence of scientific description and religious traditions. In the course of this essay, I will first attempt to shed light on the historical background, beginning with a short survey of evolutionary thought up to the publication of the Origin (I.1). In addition, I will have a closer look at Darwin and his work itself (I.2). In chapter two, Darwin is presented"

♠Book Title : The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
✍Author : Charles Darwin
♛Publisher : Penguin UK
♣Release Date : 1982-07-29
✿Pages : 480
♠ISBN : 9780141907741
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection SYNOPSIS : With his revolutionary work The Origin of Species Charles Darwin overthrew contemporary beliefs about Divine Providence and the beginnings of life on earth. Written for the general public of the 1850s, it is a rigorously documented but highly readable account of the scientific theory that now lies at the root of our present attitude to the universe. Challenging notions such as the fixity of species with the idea of natural selection, and setting forth the results of pioneering work on the ecology of animals and plants, it made a lasting contribution to philosophical and scientific thought.