The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. 6th Edition.

Charles Darwin

Series: Science, Evolution and Creationism
BISAC: SCI027000

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The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, published in 1859 sold out on its first day. It is considered to be the foundation of evolutionary biology and is based on Darwin’s experiences while onboard the H. M. S. Beagle. The sixth edition is often considered the definitive work and contains many additions and corrections to the original book. (Imprint: SNOVA)

AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE PROGRESS OF OPINION ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES

INTRODUCTION.

CHAPTER I. VARIATION UNDER DOMESTICATION

CHAPTER II. VARIATION UNDER NATURE

CHAPTER III. STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE

CHAPTER IV. NATURAL SELECTION; OR THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

CHAPTER V. LAWS OF VARIATION

CHAPTER VI. DIFFICULTIES OF THE THEORY

CHAPTER VII. MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTIONS TO THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION

CHAPTER VIII. INSTINCT

CHAPTER IX. HYBRIDISM

CHAPTER X. ON THE IMPERFECTION OF THE GEOLOGICAL RECORD

CHAPTER XI. ON THE GEOLOGICAL SUCCESSION OF ORGANIC BEINGS

CHAPTER XII. GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION

CHAPTER XIII. GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION—continued

CHAPTER XIV. MUTUAL AFFINITIES OF ORGANIC BEINGS

CHAPTER XV. RECAPITULATION AND CONCLUSION

GLOSSARY OF THE PRINCIPAL SCIENTIFIC TERMS USED IN THE PRESENT VOLUME.

INDEX.

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