This delightful and insightful series of essays on the practice of science was written by one of the great minds of the 19th century, Thomas Henry Huxley, a great friend and defender of Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution by natural selection. It includes Huxley's autobiography and essays covering improving natural knowledge; a liberal education; on a piece of chalk; the principle subjects of education; the method of scientific investigation; on the physical basis of life; and a postscript: a review of Huxley's life and work. Highly understandable and very pertinent in this age of doubt.
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If you love Darwinism, you will love this book.
It is an interesting read. I have almost finished it. It gives a glimpse into the spirit of the age which produced a Charles Darwin and his religion.
the narrator could have researched his pronunciations a little bit better, or spent more time editing, but not a bad listen.
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Fantastic early view of science
- Mary Karowski