The origin of species by means of natural selection: or, The preservation of favored races in the struggle for life, by Charles Darwin, with an introduction by Edmund B. Wilson

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Macmillan, 1927 - Evolution - 557 pages
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Review: The Origin of Species

User Review  - Henry - Goodreads

Very interesting to see Darwin describe the original concept of evolution by natural selection. Our perspective has obviously grown much more sophisticated today, as even someone who is very much a ... Read full review

Review: The Origin of Species

User Review  - Adenilso - Goodreads

The first impression is awkward; it looks like a dejavu, since I have read much of the argument line in other text. Nevertheless, this is the source, not the plagiarist. All in all, it is a very pleasant and striking reading. Read full review

Contents

An Historical Sketch
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CHAPTER II
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STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE
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