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How to read Darwin

Author: Mark Ridley
Publisher: London : Granta, 2005.
Series: How to read.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Charles Darwin's permanent legacy is his broad, abstract theories of evolution and natural selection, theories which he tested against an astonishing array of natural history evidence in his writing. Mark Ridley uses a question and answer approach to explain how Darwin carefully tackled problems, and shows how the reader can understand Darwin's arguments by first working out what question Darwin had implicitly set  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles Darwin; Charles Darwin; Charles Darwin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Ridley
ISBN: 1862077282 9781862077287
OCLC Number: 57168011
Description: viii, 119 pages ; 20 cm.
Series Title: How to read.
Other Titles: Darwin
Responsibility: Mark Ridley.

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"Charles Darwin's permanent legacy is his broad, abstract theories of evolution and natural selection, theories which he tested against an astonishing array of natural history evidence in his writing. Mark Ridley uses a question and answer approach to explain how Darwin carefully tackled problems, and shows how the reader can understand Darwin's arguments by first working out what question Darwin had implicitly set himself to answer."--Jacket.

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