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In the Name of Eugenics: Genetics and the Uses of Human HeredityDaniel J. Kevles
Preface, 1995 Preface to the Original Edition I. Francis Galton, Founder of the Faith II. Karl Pearson for Saint Biometrika III. Charles Davenport and the Worship of Great Concepts IV. The Gospel
[Table of Contents to] "The Path to the Double Helix: The Discovery of DNA"
Originally published in 1974, by the University of Washington Press, this is an edited version of the original manuscript, which was published in two parts in 2014 and 2015.
The path to the double helix
Origins of Mendelism
Mendel No Mendelian?
The Dimensions of Scientific Controversy: The Biometric—Mendelian Debate
  • R. Olby
  • Education
    The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 1 September 1989
I have returned to this subject because I do not yet feel altogether convinced by Mackenzie and Barnes' analysis of the controversy between Pearson and Bateson, and I am not confident that it is adequate for an understanding of the evolution of their differing views of the mechanism of evolution.
Companion to The History of Modern Science
The 67 chapters of this book describe and analyse the development of Western science from 1500 to the present day. Divided into two major sections - 'The Study of the History of Science' and
Eleven references to Mendel before 1900
(1968). Eleven references to Mendel before 1900. Annals of Science: Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 7-20.
The understanding of nature. Essays in the philosophy of biology
I / Causes.- II / Three Aspects of Perception.- III / Biology and the Problem of Levels of Reality.- IV / Reducibility: Another Side Issue?.- V / Aristotle and Modern Biology.- VI / Is Genus to
Scientists and bureaucrats in the establishment of the John Innes horticultural institution under William Bateson
Summary Research in Mendelian heredity was first given permanent institutional support in the U.K. at the John Innes Horticultural Institution. The path by which this was achieved is described. It is