Charles Darwin

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Noun1.Charles Darwin - English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)Charles Darwin - English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)
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Absolutely revolutionary for almost all lines if thought was the gradual adoption by almost all thinkers of the theory of Evolution, which, partly formulated by Lamarck early in the century, received definite statement in 1859 in Charles Darwin's 'Origin of Species.' The great modification in the externals of religious belief thus brought about was confirmed also by the growth of the science of historical criticism.
The vice-chancellor of Australia's Charles Darwin University has paid a visit to learn more about the origins of the naturalist from whom it takes its name.
New innovative artworks featuring Charles Darwin as never seen before are set to go on show.
A poll to mark Charles Darwin Day found only 50% are certain his theory is correct, while almost a third don't.
IF Charles Darwin were still around, it really would make him go ape.
1809: Charles Darwin, naturalist and author, was born in Shrewsbury.
21 (ANI): Minister of State for Human Resource Development Satyapal Singh on Saturday claimed that Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution was "scientifically wrong" and needed to be changed in all the educational curriculums.
Charles Darwin 1859 On The Origin Of Species by Charles Darwin was published.
Famed British biologist Charles Darwin died 135 years ago on April 19.
The author examines the writing of Charles Darwin as a new mode of historical description that emerged in historical fiction and other imaginative genres after the death of his grandfather Erasmus, and considers how these new literary modes and historical procedures consisted of a new way of writing about past events and thinking about their relationship to the present using analogy and comparative thinking.

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