Lay sermons, addresses, and reviews
- Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895.
About this work
London : Macmillan, 1870 (London : R. Clay.)
378 pages ; 22 cm
Reprinted from various sources
On the advisableness of improving natural knowledge.--Emancipation : black and white.--A liberal education.--Scientific education.--On the educational value of the natural history sciences.--On the study of zoology.--On the physical basis of life.--The scientific aspects of positivism.--On a piece of chalk.--Geological contemporaneity and persistent types of life.--Geological reform.--The origin of species.--Criticisms on "The origin of species".--On Descartes' "Discourse touching the method of using one's reason rightly and of seeking scientific truth".
Includes bibliographic footnotes