Thomas Henry Huxley Evolution And Ethics And Other Essays About Life

Evolution and Ethics: And Other Essays3.81 · Rating details ·  27 Ratings  ·  1 Review

Let us now imagine that some administrative authority, as far superior in power and intelligence to men, as men are to their cattle, is set over the colony, charged to deal with its human elements in such a manner as to assure the victory of the settlement over the antagonistic influences of the state of nature in which it is set down. He would proceed in the same fashionLet us now imagine that some administrative authority, as far superior in power and intelligence to men, as men are to their cattle, is set over the colony, charged to deal with its human elements in such a manner as to assure the victory of the settlement over the antagonistic influences of the state of nature in which it is set down. He would proceed in the same fashion as that in which the gardener dealt with his garden....more

Hardcover, 218 pages

Published January 1st 2006 by Barnes & Noble (first published 1893)

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This discourse forms part of a series of annual lectures held at Oxford University in the 1890s.

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This discourse forms part of a series of annual lectures held at Oxford University in the 1890s.

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