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He surveys the development of this widespread mythos from Hesiod to Thomas Henry Huxley to present-day environmental disasters.
Thomas Henry Huxley, one of Darwin's strongest advocates, proposed a close relationship between birds and small, meat-eating dinosaurs, or theropods.
Next Lessl transports the reader into the world of nineteenth-century English biologist and anatomist Thomas Henry Huxley, a contemporary of Darwin.
Understanding Darwin's complexity, Frost strongly opposed Thomas Henry Huxley and other scientists who reduced Darwin's theory to a materialist monism that unfortunately became the dominant viewpoint in twentieth-century science.
As the British biologist Thomas Henry Huxley put it, "Patience and tenacity of purpose are worth more than twice their weight of cleverness.
Joseph Hooker, the redoubtable botanist, and Richard Owen, creator of the Natural History Museum in South Kensington; William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, the physicist who did crucial work in laying the first transatlantic cable; Lyon Playfair, chemist and statesman of science; and Thomas Henry Huxley, Darwin's bulldog and advocate of scientific and technical education, were among the most formidable members of this group.
Specifically, my aim is to unearth the link that unites the Synoptic Problem, the workhorse of modern New Testament studies, and Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-95)--a man who is often viewed as the paradigmatic scientific warrior against religion.
The book begins with an essay "We Are All Scientists"--originally published in 1893--by Thomas Henry Huxley.