Thomas Henry Huxley

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Noun1.Thomas Henry Huxley - English biologist and a leading exponent of Darwin's theory of evolution (1825-1895)Thomas Henry Huxley - English biologist and a leading exponent of Darwin's theory of evolution (1825-1895)
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Thomas Huxley, who was known as "Darwin's bulldog", engaged with creationists in public debates.
May I ask engineers to note the remark of Thomas Huxley, nicknamed "Darwin's bulldog".
And many looking to build a more just society, like Anglican Bishop Samuel Wilberforce--such an antagonist of Darwin's that he publically debated Huxley, who called himself Darwin's bulldog, to a packed house of hundreds in 1860--were appalled at what they saw as the political implications of natural selection.
Thomas Huxley called himself "Darwin's bulldog," but as we have seen, he did not really believe in Darwin's theory.