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Man"s place in nature

and other anthropological essays

by Thomas Henry Huxley

  • 352 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Hurst and company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human beings -- Origin,
  • Apes,
  • Ethnology,
  • Indo-Aryans

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas H. Huxley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN29 .H9 1890
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8, [2], 13-274 p.
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6614941M
    LC Control Number19004315
    OCLC/WorldCa9037743

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Huxley. Man's Place in Nature Item Preview remove-circle In this book Teilhard expounds the evolutionary history of the earth, the arrival of the human species, and it's destiny in the far future. He identifies certain threads of recurrence in evolution's past, and using these laws of recurrence he projects the most probable future destiny of the.

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Thomas Henry Huxley’s most popular book is Man's Place in Nature. Teilhard projected a detailed study of his view of the genesis of man which was never finished.

This little volume, however, presents in closely reasoned form his view of man's place in the structure of nature, and the meaning he embodies in it.

In the ""ascent"" of man lies the profound significance of the cosmos. Concepts made familiar in various writings of Teilhard previously published.

SKELETONS OF THE Gibbon. ⁠ Orang. ⁠ Chimpanzee. ⁠ Gorilla. ⁠ Man. Photographically reduced from Diagrams of the natural size (except that of the Gibbon, which was twice as large as nature), drawn by Mr.

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Huxley's book Man's Place in Nature, published inadded an anthropological perspective to Darwin's theory; in fact, this book was the first to advocate the idea that anthropoid apes are the closest relatives to humans.

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In many cases we do not know the origin of these goods. Book Description. Huxley was one of the first adherents to Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection and advanced its acceptance by scientists and the public.

Man's Place in Nature was explicitly directed against Richard Owen, who had claimed that there were distinct differences between human brains and those of apes. Huxley. Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature is an book by Thomas Henry Huxley, in which he gives evidence for the evolution of man and apes from a common ancestor.

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In this work, Huxley presents evidence for the evolution of man and ape from a common ancestor. Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature was the first book in history devoted to the topic of human evolution, and it discussed this theory in light of anatomical and other evidence.