Prometheus; Or, Biology and the Advancement of Man

Prometheus; Or, Biology and the Advancement of Man

Prometheus; Or, Biology and the Advancement of Man

Prometheus; Or, Biology and the Advancement of Man

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The exposition of the relations of heredity and environment here given differs from that frequently set forth in the name of genetic science. I wish to emphasize, therefore, that it is presented as the outgrowth and fruit of the most orthodox genetics of the straitest sect of experimental Mendelism. It. is designed as a statement of the present situation of scientific knowledge. The writer is not one of those who hold that inspired thinking may take the place of experiment in such matters. The only conclusions at which we can rest are generalized statements of the . . .

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