The Annotated Origin: A Facsimile of the First Edition of On the Origin of Species

  title={The Annotated Origin: A Facsimile of the First Edition of On the Origin of Species},
  author={Frederick Gregory},
P Principle of Divergence
In The Origin of Species, Darwin (1859/2009) proposed his “principle of divergence of character” (a process now termed “character displacement”; Schluter 2000) to explain the origin and diversity of
When Heaven and Earth Embrace: How Do We Engage Spiritually in an Emerging Universe?
In this thesis I am proposing that we can engage spiritually in an emerging Universe if we have a vision of the embrace of Heaven and Earth that is informed by contemporary science, if we underpin
Hybridization as a facilitator of species range expansion
The hypothesis that hybridization between species can contribute to species range expansion is described and evaluated and how such a process can occur and the empirical data that are needed to test this hypothesis are discussed.
Experiments, Simulations, and Lessons from Experimental Evolution
Philosophers and scientists have sought to draw methodological distinctions among different kinds of experiments, and between experimentation and other scientific methodologies. This dissertation
Amphibians, Affect and Agency: On the Production of Scientific Knowledge in the Anthropocene
The scientific community agrees that we are in the midst of a mass extinction event caused by human impacts on the environment. Amidst this alarming loss in biodiversity, conservation biology has
The Jealousy of Scientific Men
Abstract A look back at some famous discoveries in biology highlights the competitive nature of science, the trophy being priority by publication.
Building Bridges in Anthropolgy: Understanding, Acting, Teaching, and Theorizing
Newfound Press is a digital imprint of the University of Tennessee Libraries. Its publications are available for noncommercial and educational uses, such as research, teaching, and private study. The
From Tree to Map: Using Cognitive Learning Theory to Suggest Alternative Ways to Visualize Macroevolution
  • S. Stephens
  • Computer Science
    Evolution: Education and Outreach
  • 2012
This paper addresses the conceptual limitations of the tree as a visual metaphor for evolution and explores the ways the authors can use digital tools to extend their visual metaphors for evolution communication and proposes a new method of visualizing evolution called the dynamic evolutionary map.