On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life by Charles Darwin

On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life

By Charles Darwin

  • Release Date: 1859-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, Charles Darwin. Revised version of http://ota.ox.ac.uk/id/1783 . First edition published in 1859 . Originally transcibed and deposited by Malcolm Brown of Stanford University. Tagged in TEI compatible format at the University of Oxford Text Archive by Jeffery Triggs. Proof read against facsimile of first edition published by Harvard University Press, 1964 by Glynis Baguley at OTA. Title page refers to Charles Darwin, M. A., " FELLOW OF THE ROYAL, GEOLOGICAL, LINNAEAN, ETC., SOCIETIES; AUTHOR OF `JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES DURING H.M.S BEAGLE'S VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD.' .

Reviews

  • The origin of a revolution

    5
    By LauraElPaso
    This book is not an easy read, but it is very worthwhile. Darwin builds his argument for evolution with example after example gathered from decades of observation and scientific experimentation. At the very least, you marvel at how much Darwin was able to deduce using very basic scientific tools and the scientific method. At the most, you can read between the lines and be aware of the scientific revolution that is about to begin.
  • Great and really helpful.

    5
    By Bryguysuz
    The information aligns with the AP Biology curriculum and is a huge help. The ideas are still relevant even today. The only downside is the language of the author being stuck in the 19th century. Other than that the book is extremely easy to understand and the information remains largely indisputable to this day.
  • Too stupid for science? Try religion!

    5
    By Dack Crenshaw
    It all makes sense. No faith required. This book doesn't consist of magical, talking, snakes or bushes. No miracles no propaganda. Just life
  • Ignore the Christian troll above.

    5
    By Typing cat
    I bet he never read the book. This book is not that difficult to read than I expected.
  • Bad

    1
    By Movie critque
    His ideas are not good they take a lot of faith to believe

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