||A symbol -- The old hat -- What he owed to Edinburgh -- Cambridge : Charles Darwin, Gent -- The voyage of the Beagle -- 'Blackbirds...gross-beaks...wren' -- The ladder by which you mounted -- Lost in the vicinity of Bloomsbury -- Half-embedded in the flesh of their wives -- An essay by Mr. Wallace -- A poker and a rabbit -- Is it true? -- The Oxford Debate and its aftermath -- Adios, theory -- Immense generalizations -- Evolution old and new -- Mutual aid.
||A radical reappraisal of Darwin argues that the evolution pioneer was less of an original scientific intellect than a ruthless self-promoter who did not give credit to the actual sages whose ideas he advanced in his history-shaping book.
|General note||"Originally published in Great Britain in 2017 by John Murray (Publishers), an Hachette UK Company."--Title page verso.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 373-422) and index.|
|Language||Text in English.|