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Julian Huxley


Darwinism to-Day

Darwin's great book, "The Origin of Species," comprised two quite distinct elements. In the first place, it demonstrated, with a vast wealth of examples, that the current theory of the fixity of species was untenable, whether in its theolog [...]

The Science of Society

Science, in the more restricted sense in which it is normally employed in English-speaking countries, is that activity by which today we attain the great bulk of our knowledge of and control over the facts of nature. This activity, like other human a [...]

The Origins of Species

Professor Punnett once wrote that Darwin's great work had in point of fact been instrumental in deflecting attention away from the question of the origin of species and canalizing it into the broader problem of large-scale evolution. Today, after eig [...]