Charles Darwin: Zur Evolution der Arten und zur Entwicklung by Uwe Hoßfeld,Lennart Olsson

By Uwe Hoßfeld,Lennart Olsson

Originaltext und ausführlicher historischer Kommentar von Uwe Hoßfeld und Lennart Olsson.

Dieses Buch bietet neben den berühmten Darwin-Wallace-Papers drei weitere frühe Schriften Charles Darwins, die seine ersten Schritte zu einer umfassenden Theorie der Evolution markieren und gewissermaßen die Vorgeschichte der Origins of Species erzählen. In höchst lesbarer und informativer Weise erschließt der Kommentar von Uwe Hoßfeld und Lennart Olsson den historischen wie theoretischen Horizont der Werke. Alle erforderlichen Informationen werden in kompakter und übersichtlicher Weise gebündelt. Der Band eignet sich daher nicht nur als erste Orientierung für Theorieeinsteiger, sondern stellt auch eine ideale Grundlage für Lektürekurse an Schule und Universität dar.

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