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Julian Huxley

(1887—1975) zoologist and philosopher


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(1887–1975) British zoologist, philosopher, and public servant

Essays of a Biologist (1923) Non-FictionReligion Without Revelation (1927) Non-FictionWhat Dare I Think? (1931) Non-FictionThe Captive Shrew, and Other Poems of a Biologist (1932) PoetryIf I Were a Dictator (1934) Non-FictionWe Europeans (1935) Non-FictionThe Uniqueness of Man (1941) Non-FictionEvolution (1942) Non-FictionOn Living in a Revolution (1944) Non-FictionSoviet Genetics and World Science (1949) Non-FictionEvolution in Action (1953) Non-FictionEssays of a Humanist (1964) Non-FictionMemories [volume i; volume ii, 1973] (1970) Non-Fiction

Essays of a Biologist (1923) Non-Fiction

Religion Without Revelation (1927) Non-Fiction

What Dare I Think? (1931) Non-Fiction

The Captive Shrew, and Other Poems of a Biologist (1932) Poetry

If I Were a Dictator (1934) Non-Fiction

We Europeans (1935) Non-Fiction

The Uniqueness of Man (1941) Non-Fiction

Evolution (1942) Non-Fiction

On Living in a Revolution (1944) Non-Fiction

Soviet Genetics and World Science (1949) Non-Fiction

Evolution in Action (1953) Non-Fiction

Essays of a Humanist (1964) Non-Fiction

Memories [volume i; volume ii, 1973] (1970) Non-Fiction

Subjects: Literature.


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