Quinarianism after Darwin's Origin: The Circular System of William Hincks

@article{Coggon2002QuinarianismAD,
  title={Quinarianism after Darwin's Origin: The Circular System of William Hincks},
  author={Jennifer Coggon},
  journal={Journal of the History of Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={35},
  pages={5-42}
}
As late as 1870 a Torontoprofessor, William Hincks, schooled pupils in acircular system of classification. Althoughhis system was derived from Macleay'squinarianism of the 1820s, Hincks had alteredit in several ways, influenced by botanicalmorphology. He persistently promoted itthroughout the 1860s as an alternative toDarwinian evolution. 
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