A collection of essays, covering a range of fields, from Darwinism and the global population explosion to bird watching, which point out frontiers for scientific research and reaffirm the author's s belief in the intimate connection of the sciences, particularly biology, with the pressing social problems of the present and future.
In this dazzling collection of essays covering a broad range of fields, from Darwinism and the global population explosion to bird watching, distinguished scientist and philosopher Sir Julian Huxley points out new frontiers for scientific research and reaffirms his belief in the intimate connection of the sciences, particularly biology, with the pressing social problems of the present and future. Huxley envisions new horizons for education and divinity within the framework of evolutionary humanism.
Julian Huxley (1894 - 1975) was a biologist who taught at Oxford University, King's College, London, and the Royal Institution. He was also the director general of UNESCO and the author of many books, including The Individual in the Animal Kingdom, Essays of a Biologist, Religion without Revelation, Evolution: the Modern Synthesis, and Toward a New Humanism, among other works. He was the grandson of Thomas Henry Huxley and the brother of novelist Aldous Huxley.
Evolutionary Humanism by Julian S. Huxley
Julian S. Huxley
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