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The Theory of Evolution (An Inquiry)

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Part I
As Applied to Man
Part II
As Applied to Nature

from a Lawyer's point of view.

Copyright 1929, 1930, 1931
Hardcover, Third Edition, 374 pages
Published 1931 by Private: Lakeside Press, Chicago
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Jun 02, 2012 Marc rated it did not like it
About all this guy is known for is his famous house designed by F. L. Wright. I realize it was written in 1929, a different time. But the arrogance is palpable. He purports to evaluate anthropological evidence in his Part I. Piltdown Man had yet to be discredited, and alas he didn't see the obvious incongruency of the evidence. The subtitle, An Inquiry, is simply a joke. His bias is clear in the first few sentences. He seems to find the idea of common ancestry among animals acceptable, in ...more
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