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Darwin, On the Origin of Species. The Rambler, Volume 25, 1860. Contains the key 16 page article On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, reviewed by Richard Simpson
Burns & Lambert, 1860, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, First Edition. Simpson, writing in The Rambler, was routinely concerned by the differences highlighted by religion and science in the study of evolution, and drew distinctions between Darwin's verifiable facts and what Simpson perceived as mythological conclusions. A former Anglican, Simpson was influential in religious circles due to facing the challenges posed by Darwin's work on evolution from a theological perspective. Copies of The Rambler are increasingly uncommon, and this is an uncommonly nice example. Title page, 4 pages contents, 861 pp. Bound in early 20th century bindings of leather spine, with plain boards. Very sound and firm throughout, no cracked joints or loose pages. An attractive and appealing example of this important early critique of Darwin's work. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquarian Books; Inventory No: 199960.
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