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Charles Darwin: The Naturalist Who Started a Scientific Revolution - Cyril Aydon
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Engaging and accessible, historically accurate and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon''s life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin''s personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man''s success—he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon''s biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included Darwin''s expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, pages of photographs and an extended postscript consider the far-reaching influence of Darwin, following intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery. Cyril Aydon, Books, Biography and Memoir, Charles Darwin: The Naturalist Who Started a Scientific Revolution Books>Biography and Memoir A striking portrait of the father of evolutionary theory in an illuminative biography that discovers the man behind the scientist Engaging and accessible, attentive to historical accuracy and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon's life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin's personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements for the general reader. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man's success--he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the scientific pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon's biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his phenomenal career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included, too, Darwin's famous expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, an extended postscript considers the far-reaching influence of Darwin from his time to ours as it charts the changing fortunes of Darwinian theory according to the fashions in intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery.

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Cyril Aydon, Paperback - First Trade Paper Edition, English-language edition, Pub by Running Press Book Publishers Books Biography & Autobiography~~Scientists - General Charles-Darwin~~Cyril-Aydon Running Press Book Publishers A striking portrait of the father of evolutionary theory in an illuminative biography that discovers the man behind the scientist Engaging and accessible, attentive to historical accuracy and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon's life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin's personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements for the general reader. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man's success--he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the scientific pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon's biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his phenomenal career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included, too, Darwin's famous expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, an extended postscript considers the far-reaching influence of Darwin from his time to ours as it charts the changing fortunes of Darwinian theory according to the fashions in intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery.

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Engaging and accessible, historically accurate and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon''s life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin''s personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man''s success—he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon''s biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included Darwin''s expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, pages of photographs and an extended postscript consider the far-reaching influence of Darwin, following intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery. Cyril Aydon, Books, Biography and Memoir, Charles Darwin: The Naturalist Who Started a Scientific Revolution Books>Biography and Memoir, Running Press

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Engaging and accessible, historically accurate and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon's life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin's personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man's success-he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon's biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included Darwin's expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, pages of photographs and an extended postscript consider the far-reaching influence of Darwin, following intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery. biographies,evolution,science and math Evolution, Carroll & Graf

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A striking portrait of the father of evolutionary theory in an illuminative biography that discovers the man behind the scientist Engaging and accessible, attentive to historical accuracy and admirably lucid in its scientific exposition, Cyril Aydon's life of the man who fathered the theory of evolution examines Darwin's personal quests and illuminates his revolutionary achievements for the general reader. It begins with one of the most overlooked factors in the great man's success--he was rich, and could thus devote himself to the scientific pursuits that established him as one of the undisputed giants in the field of natural history. He made major contributions to geology, he virtually invented ecology, and he changed forever our view of the place held in the natural order by Homo sapiens. Darwin was also a devoted father and husband, and Aydon's biography never loses sight of the man and the family that stood behind him throughout his phenomenal career, especially when it erupted in the epochal controversy accompanying publication of The Origin of Species. That career included, too, Darwin's famous expeditionary voyage aboard the Beagle, a viscerally thrilling and intellectually exciting adventure that is vividly recounted here. In addition, an extended postscript considers the far-reaching influence of Darwin from his time to ours as it charts the changing fortunes of Darwinian theory according to the fashions in intellectual thought through two centuries of evolutionary speculation and scientific discovery.

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