Recent Works Bearing On The Relation Of Science To Religion -- By: G. Frederick Wright
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Recent Works Bearing On The Relation Of Science To Religion
No. II.—The Divine Method Of Producing Living Species
In preparing our remarks on the subject named above, we have consulted the following works. We specify the editions to which we have particularly referred. We do not pretend that we include in our list all the works which have been published on the subject, but mention those only which we have examined.
Agassiz. 1. Principles of Zoology; touching the Structure, Development, Distribution, and Natural Arrangement of the Races of Animals, Living and Extinct. By Louis Agassiz and A. A. Gould. Revised edition, pp. 248. Boston. 1855.
2. Contributions to the Natural History of the United States of America [Essay on Classification]. Vol. i. pp. 232. Boston. 1857. Reviewed by Dana in American Journal of Science for March 1858. pp. 202-216; April, pp. 321-341.
3. Methods of Study in Natural History, pp. 313. Boston. 1871.
Argyll. 1. The Reign of Law. By the Duke of Argyll. First American from fifth London edition, pp. 462, xxvii. New York. 1868.
2. Primeval Man. An Examination of some Recent Speculations, pp. 200. New York. 1869.
3. Article in Contemporary Review, Vol. xxvi. pp. 352-376.
Chadbourne. Final Cause of Varieties. By P. A. Chadbourne, Professor in [now President] Williams College. Bib. Sac, Vol. xxi. pp. 348-362.
Chapman, Evolution of Life. Philadelphia. 1873.
Cope. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. xiii. (1869). The Hypothesis of Evolution in Lippincott’s Magazine. See also University Series, No. 4.
Dana. 1. Manual of Geology: Treating of the Principles of the Science; with special reference to American Geological History. By James D. Dana. Silliman Professor of Geology and Mineralogy in Yale College. 2d ed. pp. 828. New York. 1875.
2. Articles in Bibliotheca Sacra, Vol. xiii. pp. 80, 631; Vol. xiv. pp. 388, 461, 854. New Englander, Vol. xxii. pp. 283, 495. American Journal of Science for March 1858, pp. 202-216; April, pp. 321-341.
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Darwin. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life. By Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S., etc. 6th ed. pp. xxi, 458. London. 1873.
2. The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. 2 Vols. pp. 494, 568. New York: Orange Judd and Co.
3. The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex. New edition, revised and augmented. Complete in ...
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