From Darwin’s Bulldog to England’s Sage:
The Saga of Thomas H. Huxley

Dale DeBakcsy


When talking about the meaning of modernity, there is a tendency to focus on the interplay between the products of the modern age and the psychological conditions those products give rise to: factories and nervous exhaustion, atomic bombs and existential anxiety, eight dozen different kinds of cereal and world-weary ennui. These products are all very …

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