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    T. H. Huxley's place in natural science by di Gregorio, Mario A

    New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984. Hardcover. xxi+253p., hardbound, notes on sources, introduction, footnotes, illustrated with figures, graphs, bibliography, index, very good first edition in cloth boards and rubbed dust jacket.


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    Ever since Darwin: Reflections in natural history by Stephen Jay Gould

    Penguin, 1980. Later Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 285 pages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Previous owner's signature in ink. Edges foxed and browned. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Science & Technology; Evolution; ISBN: 0140222227. ISBN/EAN: 9780140222227. Dewey Code: 575.01/62 18. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: RB14635. . 9780140222227


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    Records of evolution by Fenton, Mildred Adams and Carroll Lane Fenton

    Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1924. 64p., wraps slightly browned, 3.5x5 inches. Popular defense of evolution. Little blue book no. 686.


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    THE TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE ANIMAL WORLD by Deperet, Charles

    London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1909. A very good to fine first edition copy. Pp. [8 publisher's adverts], xvi, [iii], 360; 3 folding tables bound in a rear. Original red cloth binding with gilt lettering, blind stamped decoration to boards; very good with a little light rubbing, spine slightly dulled. Contents clean and tight, original black end papers, previous owner's small private ownership stamp to the verso of the front free enpaper and few pencil marks to the adverts, otherwise unmarked, no inscriptions, no foxing. Part of the International Scientific Series. A very good to fine copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 8vo (13 X 19cm).


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    Human evolution: biosocial perspectives by Washburn, S. L. & Elizabeth R. McCown, editors

    Menlo Park: The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co, 1978. 316p., preface, introduction, index, references, notes, illustrated with photos, figures and tables, very good first edition in green buckram cloth and gilt. Perspectives on Human Evolution, Volume IV.


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    The Descent of Man and Selection in Relating to Sex (Complete in Two volumes). by Darwin, Charles

    London: John Murray, 1871. pp. vol. I: viii, 423, [1]; vol. II: viii, [2], 475 (bound without adverts and half-titles). First edition, first/second issue (vol. II. includes the important points of the first issue: Errata to the verso of the title page and the inserted postscript after p. viii concerning "a serious and unfortunate error"; vol. I. appears to be the second issue with "When" being the first word on page 297 etc.) Contemprary half leather with marbled paper boards, rubbed and faded to the spine, new paper spine labels applied (these are attached with reversible conservation glue only), a little chipped at the heads. All edges marbled with marbled end papers to match. Contents good and tight, contemporary book plates of Gertrude Dale to the front paste-downs; front and rear blanks a little foxed, less so to title pages, othewise unmarked, no annotation. A very good first edition copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 8vo.


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    Evolutionary thought in America by Persons, Stow, ed

    New York: George Braziller, 1956. x, 462p., reprint of 1950 edition, slightly chipped dj faded on spine.


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    $175.00

    Social Diseases and Worse Remedies. Letters to the "Times" on Mr. Booth's Scheme with a Preface and (reprinted) Introductory Essay by Huxley, T.H. [Thomas Henry]

    London: Macmillan & Company, 1891. First edition. Paper wrappers. Removed from a larger volume, lacking rear wrapper, front wrapper detached with some minor chips to top edge and joint, otherwise contents very good.. 128 pp. 12mo. A second edition was published the same year. Criticises William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, whose book 'In Darkest England and the Way Out' became a best seller. Huxley felt Booth's schemes were too socialistic. "Mr. Booth's system appears to me, and,- as I have shown, is regarded by Socialists themselves, to be mere autocratic Socialism, masked by its theological exterior...The most degrading feature of the narrower forms of Christianity (of which that professed by Mr. Booth is a notable example) is their insistance that the noblest virtues, if displayed by those who reject their pitiable formula, are, as their pet phrase goes, "splendid sins."


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    Dropsy or the design argument bubble, being a short review of God's design-wisdom for the welfare of man

    New York: The Truth Seeker Company, 1910. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps chipped, else very good condition with a later Truth Seeker stamp from the San Diego period on the front wrap. Hate-no-man series, no. 5.


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    EVOLUCION Y FILOGENIA DE ARTHROPODA (EVOLUTION AND PHYLOGENY OF ARTHROPODA) by Melic, A.; De Haro, J. J.; Mendez, M.; Ribera, I. (eds.)

    Spain: Boletin De La SEA, 1999. 806 pages, b/w illustrations, text mostly in Spanish with some English. Card covers very good with a little general wear and slight rubbing. Contents clean and tight, unmarked, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to (21 x 30cm).


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    Out of Antarctica, reflections on the origin of peoples by Argod, Robert

    London: Richmond Editions, 2004. ix, 326p., heavy coated paperstock throughout with numerous color and b&w site and exhibit photography, first edition stiffish laminated frenchfold wraps, 8.5x6.7 inches. A fine unblemished copy of a nicely designed and produced book; it is a posthumous study by a pioneer in the reconstruction of Polynesian navigation. Argod argues that mankind was generated in the Antarctic area and spread thence to Africa. A sophisticated presentation partially dependent on ancient peoples' depictions on cuneiform tablets, primitive maps, mythology (not least the story of Gilgamesh).


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    The Origin of Species by Darwin, Charles

    Collier, 1966-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. 0 Paperback


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    On Germinal Selection As a Source of Definite Variation by Weismann, August

    Chicago: Open Court Publishing Co. Very Good. 1902. Second Edition. Paperback. Light wear to edges; original wrappers; August Weismann (1834-1914) was considered to the second most important evolutionary theorist of the 19th century by Ernst Mayr of Harvard, ranked just behind Darwin. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 87 pages .


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    The Origin of Species by Darwin, Charles

    Bantam Classic, 1999-06-01. Paperback. Very Good. 0 Paperback


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    Marxism and Darwinism. Translated by Nathan Weiser by Pannekoek, Anton

    Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1933. Pamphlet. 58p., slightly worn wraps, paper browned. Copyright date of 1912, this is a later printing.


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    Survival of the fittest, by H.M. Tichenor by Tichenor, Henry Mulford

    Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1921. 32p., wraps, 3.25x5 inches. A variant edition, other editions of 45 & 61p. [with Henry M. instead of H.M.] are also known. Tichenor was active in both Socialist Party and freethought circles. Little blue book no. 202.


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    The origin of the human race by Schwalbe, G

    Girard: Haldeman-Julius Company, no date. 63p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled wraps; somewhat browned, mild handling wear. Little blue book no. 42.


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    $35.00

    Ren lei xue by Chen Yinghuang

    Shanghai: Shangwu yinshuguan, 1921. 157p., paperback, paper toned, upper part of book somewhat curved from improper storage. Fourth printing. Introduction to anthropology.


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    The philosophy of Herbert Spencer by Durant, Dr. Will

    Girard: Haldeman-Julius Company, no date. 64p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled wraps, small edge tear on front cover. Little blue book no. 772.


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    Tian yan lun [Chinese edition of Evolution and ethics] by Huxley, Thomas

    Shanghai: Shangwu yinshuguan, 1947. Paperback. 3, 48, 51, 8p., paperback, very good, fourth printing of this edition.


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    Adaptations and speciation in harvest mice of the marshes of San Francisco bay by Fisler, George F

    Berkeley: University of California Press, 1965. 108p., first edition 10x6.8 inch plain printed grey wraps, a very good copy. The chapter on comparative phalloi and vaginae is my favorite, so far. Pubs in zoology volume 77.


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    Freedom Evolves by Dennett, Daniel C

    New York: Viking Press, 2003. Hardcover. xiii, 347p., preface, footnotes, bibliography, index, illustrations, very good second printing in boards and unclipped dj. Dennett's mostly compatibilist work on Free Will, evolution, and Determinism.


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    Savage survivals by Moore, J. Howard

    Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1916. Hardcover. 191p., edgeworn dark blue boards. On the survival of primitive forms in modern animals as well as human society.


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    Marxism and Darwinism. Translated by Nathan Weiser by Pannekoek, Anton

    Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. Pamphlet. 58p., slightly worn wraps, paper browned, else good condition.


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    Socialism and success; some uninvited messages by Ghent, William J

    New York: John Lane Company, 1910. Hardcover. 252p., first edition, original brown cloth with slightly bumped corners and minor wear at the head and tail of the spine, original gilt lettering on spine and front panel still visible. "... valuable for its critique of the Spencerian interpretation of the doctrine of the survival of the fittest." *Egbert p. 151.


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