The Origin of Species
Publish date: December 15th 2003
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Classics
Pages no: 446
Edition language: English
So glad i finally got this one read. Right from the start it put new thoughts and ideas into my mind. The opening on domestication, like why cow ears flop--no muscles since no prey--mindblowing! Thinking about our trachea and how food can fall into lungs, except for a glottis. Why wouldn't natur...
Decry or applaud it, there's no question this work has had a profound effect not just on science, but the culture at large. What I wouldn't read this book for is the science, or in an effort to either defend or refute the argument for evolution. The core of Darwin's argument certainly is still what ...
My book group selected this book for discussion probably because of the historic impact it has had on the field of science. However, I found it to be very worthy of respect from a literary viewpoint. Charles Darwin's writing comes across as a methodical thinker and patient explainer to many recalc...
Rating books is like valuing art time which the work had been created plays the most considered part , then the influence which the book makes in our time , from this point of view The Origin of Species deserve 5 stars worthily I have kind of “ spiritual “ connection with this book , reading it i...
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