Origin Of Species by Means of Natural Selection (version 2) cover

Origin Of Species by Means of Natural Selection (version 2)

Charles Darwin (1809-1882)

1. A Historical Sketch and Introduction
2. Chapter 1 Part 1 - Variation Under Domestication
3. Chapter 1 Part 2 - Variation Under Domestication (continued)
4. Chapter 2 - Variation Under Nature
5. Chapter 3 - Struggle For Existence
6. Chapter 4 Part 1 - Natural Selection or The Survival of the Fittest
7. Chapter 4 Part 2 - Natural Selection. (continued)
8. Chapter 4 Part 3 - Natural Selection. (conclusion)
9. Chapter 5 Part 1 - Laws of Variation
10. Chapter 5 Part 2 - Laws Of Variation. (continued)
11. Chapter 6 Part 1 - Difficulties of the Theory
12. Chapter 6 Part 2 - Difficulties of the Theory (continued)
13. Chapter 7 Part 1 - Miscellaneous Objections to the Theory of Natural Selection
14. Chapter 7 Part 2 - Miscellaneous Objections (continued)
15. Chapter 8 Part 1 - Instinct
16. Chapter 8 Part 2 - Instinct (continued)
17. Chapter 9 Part 1 - Hybridism
18. Chapter 9 Part 2 - Hybridism (continued)
19. Chapter 10 Part 1 - On the Imperfection of the Geological Record
20. Chapter 10 Part 2 - On The Imperfection of the Geological Record (continued)
21. Chapter 11 Part 1 - On the Geological Succession of Organic Beings
22. Chapter 11 Part 2 - On the Geological Succession (continued)
23. Chapter 12 Part 1 - Geological Distribution
24. Chapter 12 Part 2 - Geological Distribution (continued)
25. Chapter 13 - Geological Distribution Continued
26. Chapter 14 Part 1 - Mutual Affinities of Organic Beings
27. Chapter 14 Part 2 - Mutual Affinities of Organic Beings (continued)
28. Chapter 15 Part 1 - Recapitulation and Conclusion
29. Chapter 15 Part 2 - Recapitulation and Conclusion (continued)

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    Summary

    This is the 6th and last edition of "On The Origin of Species" with all additions and corrections, often considered the Definitive Edition.

    Reviews

    - can not be proven

    the possibility of all that happening at random is completly rediculous the possibility of the human enzyme (the building block of DNA wich is the buildingblock of life) coming together and being created at random is 1 in 10 to the power of forty thousand. wich is more than than the number of atoms in this universe

    Padikal

    - Must read book

    Its a must read book by everyone. it provides deep knowledge and understanding about the topic of evolution.

    Marat

    Thank you for the grate books! Where I can find a transcription. As my english is poor it is dificul for me just lestening.

    Ivo

    - Proof

    Good readers. Sad to see so many religious fools that cant understand the true meaning of this ultimate book.

    Igelkind

    - No facts

    Evolution is impossible.

    Salman

    Dude, it's fantastic, so scientific and reasonable

    Laura

    Wonderful resource fantastic book. Darwins logical mind and clear sky reasoning leave one wanting for more! I give it 6 stars

    - Faakkkeee

    God made us we aren't monkeys

    Marcos

    - weep, creationist scum

    This is a revolutionary book, but those too stupid to accept that keep complaining it's not scientific. Sorry, this has been proven over and over, creationism on the other hand... never.

    Mr. Diedrichs

    - Class

    This book is mathematically impossible. Darwin himself said if the cell was any more complex than I've surmised my entire theory breaks down. Get it out of the gene pool!