The Origin of Species

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Written for the general public of the 1850s, this work challenged contemporary beliefs about divine providence and the fixity of species. Darwin also set forth his results of his work on the related subject of the interdependence of species - the ecology of animals and plants.

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Jack B

Sep 30, 2010

Intro Blows

I really like and enjoyed the body of this historical work, but the intro written by this guy I never heard of is so biased and slanted that I can't believe someone let it be published with Darwin's fine writing. The whole intro(and it is expansive) is involved in trying to discredit Darwin's opinions. Save your money- It wasn't worth the $1.50 that I paid for it. Skip the 150 year anniversary edition and get the book without the biased introduction.

Becca007

Aug 30, 2007

Good book about evolution

I'd like this book, explain very clear the theory about evolution and a lot of things in there has a lot of sense. I do recommend it!

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