Thomas Henry Huxley: Communicating for Science
This volume presents a fresh view of Huxley's rhetorical experiences and legacy and closely analyzes his battle with orthodox theology. Careful attention is given to his reliance on three confidants, his maiden public lecture in 1852, his debate with Bishop Wilberforce in 1860, and his 1876 lecture tour of the United States.
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Maiden Public Address 1852
Debate with Bishop Wilberforce 1860
Lecture Tour of the United States 1876
Rhetorical Combatant 18601895
Rhetorical Stance Secular Theologian
Communicating with Close Friends The X Club
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Agnosticism American Appleton April asserted audience Autobiography Bishop British Association Busk Club members Club Notebooks controversy Controverted Questions death debate December discussed Essays evidence evolution February Fiske Francis Darwin Frankland Hirst Journals History Huxley in America Huxley Papers Huxley wrote Huxley-Heathorn Correspondence Huxley's Ibid ideas important italics in original January John Tyndall July later Leonard Huxley Letters of Huxley London Lubbock Lyell Macmillan meeting natural knowledge Nineteenth Century November O. C. Marsh October Oxford Pall Mall Gazette president Prof Professor Huxley public lecture public speaking published Rattlesnake Diary religion Reminiscences reported Reprinted Review rhetorical event rhetorical legacy Royal Institution Royal Society Samuel Wilberforce scientific scientists September speaker speech Spottiswoode T. H. Huxley theologians theology Thomas Archer Hirst Thomas Henry Huxley thought truth Tyndall's University Victorian views writing wrote to Huxley wrote to Lizzie wrote to Nettie York Youmans