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An edition of Evolution (1989)

Evolution

The History of an Idea, Third Edition, Completely Revised and Expanded

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An edition of Evolution (1989)

Evolution

The History of an Idea, Third Edition, Completely Revised and Expanded

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Cover of: Evolution
Evolution: The History of an Idea, Third Edition, Completely Revised and Expanded
July 1, 2003, University of California Press
Paperback in English - 3 edition
Cover of: Evolution
Evolution: the history of an idea
2003, University of California Press
in English - 3rd ed., completely rev. and expanded.
Cover of: Evolution
Evolution: the history of an idea
2003, University of California Press
in English - 3rd ed., completely rev. and expanded.
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Evolution
July 1, 1992, University of California Press
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1989, University of California Press
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First Sentence

"For historians of science, the "Darwinian revolution" has always ranked alongside the "Copernican revolution" as an episode in which a new scientific theory symbolized a wholesale change in cultural values."

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
483
Dimensions
8.9 x 6.1 x 1.3 inches
Weight
1.5 pounds

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OL7711611M
ISBN 10
0520236939
ISBN 13
9780520236936
Library Thing
342483
Goodreads
1137507

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For historians of science, the "Darwinian revolution" has always ranked alongside the "Copernican revolution" as an episode in which a new scientific theory symbolized a wholesale change in cultural values.
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