Published in 1913: The object of the present work is to throw some light on the theory of Descent. Among many of the students of nature of the present day we perceive that greater and greater contradictions arise between the actual results of their technical work and that which they put forward as ‘postulates’ of the theory of Evolution.
Section 1: General (Paleontological) Bases of the Theory of Evolution 1. Origin of the Problem and Definition of Questions Involved 2. Results of Paleontological research into the Evolution of Organic Life Section 2: The Explanatory Domain of the Hypothesis of Evolution 1. Introdution 2. Limitation of the Explanation Domain of the Evolutionary Hypothesis Section 3: Evolutionary Hypothesis 1. The principal Attempts at Explanation Hitherto 2. Suggestions for Reliable Hypothesis of Evolution
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