Past and Present

@article{Huxley2005PastAP,
  title={Past and Present},
  author={Thomas Henry . Huxley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={51},
  pages={1-3}
}
JUST five-and-twenty years ago, the Editor of NATURE did me the honour to request that I would write the leading article for his first number. In complying with my friend's wish, I said that I could think of no more appropriate preface to a journal, the aim of which was “to mirror that fashioning by nature of a picture of herself in the mind of man,” which is called science, than an English version of the wonderful rhapsody Die Natur, which is to be found among Goethe's works,1 and which had… CONTINUE READING
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