BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS
BY HISTORIANS OF SCIENCEThe following publications are listed in "Further Reading," mentioned in the
editorial introductions and footnotes, or used as sources for Cuvier's texts.
Since this book is not intended to be a definitive study of his geological and paleontological research, let alone of his scientific work as a whole, references to
historical research articles have been kept to a minimum. Needless to say, in my
editorial sections and annotations I have made use of a large number of publications that are not listed here; I plan to make those debts explicit elsewhere.
| Ardouin, P. 1970. Georges Cuvier: Promoteur de l'idée évolutionniste et créateur de
la biologie moderne. Paris: Expansion Scientifique Française.|
| Balan, Bernard. 1979. L'ordre et le temps: L'anatomie comparée et l'histoire des vivants au XIXe siècle. Paris: Vrin.|
| Bultingaire, L. 1932. Iconographie de Georges Cuvier. Archives du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, ser. 6, 9:1-12, pls. 1-11.|
| Burkhardt, Richard W., Jr. 1977. The spirit of system: Lamarck and evolutionary
biology. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.|
| Coleman, William. 1964. Georges Cuvier zoologist: A study in the history of evolution theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.|
| Corsi, Pietro. 1988. The age of Lamarck: Evolutionary theories in France,
1790-1830. Berkeley: University of California Press.|
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Book title: Georges Cuvier, Fossil Bones, and Geological Catastrophes:New Translations & Interpretations of the Primary Texts.
Contributors: M. J. S. Rudwick - Author, George Cuvier - Author.
Publisher: University of Chicago Press.
Place of publication: Chicago, IL.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: 283.
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