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Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy May- and June, 1837 by  Richard Owen - Paperback - 1992 - from Timeless Books and

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Hunterian Lectures in Comparative Anatomy May- and June, 1837

by Owen, Richard

Condition: Very Good

Univ of Chicago Pr, 1992. 340 pages, index, bibliography, black-and-white illustrations. Clean inside & out, very light edge & corner wear, light scuff. Sir Richard Owen, comparative anatomist, colleague and later antagonist of Darwin, and head of the Brtish Museum of Natural History was a major figure in Victorian science. He presented his views through annual lectures at the Royal College of Surgeons from 1837 to 1856. He gives views on the nature of life, the relations of form and function, the meaning of fossils, and the development of species.. Soft Cover. Very Good. Used.


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