Crampton, Henry Edward
Title The Doctrine of Evolution. Its Basis and Scope.
Binding Cloth Hardcover
Book Condition Very Good
Edition No Additional Printings Indicated
Size 8vo - 7¾ - 9¾ Inches Tall
Publisher New York The Columbia University Press 1911
Seller ID 1916
ix.311pgs. Very Good red cloth hardcover, gilt lettering and decoration to spine and front cover, top edge gilt, rubbing to cloth ar corners and spine edges, binding sound. Bookplate of previous owner Frederick Fox on front endpaper. From the eight Hewitt Lectures of Columbia University, delivered in February and March of 1907. Contents: I. Evolution. The Living Organism and Its Natural History. II. The Structure and Development of Animals As Evidence of Evolution. III. The Evidence of Fossil Remains. IV. Evolution as a Natural Process. V. The Physical Evolution of the Human Species and of Human Races. VI. The Mental Evolution of Man. VII. Social Evolution as a Biological Process. VIII. Evolution and the Higher Human Life. #1916.
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