Evolution in the Antipodes: Charles Darwin and Australia (Large Print 16pt)

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Limited, Sep 27, 2010 - 524 pages
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Charles Darwin's profound influence on Australian thinking is explored from a variety of positions in this carefully researched analysis. Providing useful contextual material on Darwin's life and times, including his 1836 visit to Australia in the HMS Beagle, the narrative examines historic disputes and contemporary debates about Darwin's motivations and methods. This reference also displays his scientific conclusions and their social consequences while outlining the various ways in which Darwin's work continues to shape Australian public policy and private behavior.

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Dr Tom Frame was born at Sydney in 1962. He joined the Royal Australian Naval College in January 1979. He has completed a BA (Hons) and PhD degrees in history at the University of NSW, and a Dip.Ed. at Melbourne University. He was ordained in 1993 and held parish appointments in Australia and England where he also completed a MA (Hons) in Applied Theology at Canterbury. Consecrated in June 2001, he was appointed Anglican Bishop to the Australian Defence Force. Dr Frame is the author or co-author of thirteen books on a range of topics.

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