Darwin and Modern Science: Essays in Commemoration of the Centenary of the Birth of Charles Darwin and of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Publication of the Origin of Species

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CONTENTS
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I. Introductory Letter to the Editor from SIR
JOSEPH DALTON HOOKER, O.M.1
II. Darwin's Predecessors :
J. ARTHUR THOMPSON, Professor of Natural History
in the University of Aberdeen3
III. The Selection Theory :
AUGUST WEISSMANN, Professor of Zoology in the
University of Freiburg (Baden)18
IV. Variation :
HUGO DE WRIES, Professor of Botany in the Uni-
versity of Amsterdam66
V. Heredity and Variation in Modern Lights :
W. BATESON, Professor of Biology in the University
of Cambridge85
VI. The Minute Structure of Cells in Relation to
Heredity
:
EDUARD STRASBURGER, Professor of Botany in the
University of Bonn102
VII."The Descent of Man" :
G. SCHWALBE, Professor of Anatomy in the Uni-
versity of Strassburg112
VIII. Charles Darwin as an Anthropologist :
ERNST HAECKEL, Professor of Zoology in the
University of Jena137
IX. Some Primitive Theories of the Origin of Man :
J. G. FRAZER, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge152

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