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American Philosophical Society
Early History of the Idea of the Inheritance of Acquired Characters and of Pangenesis: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 35, part 2)
Conway Zirkle (au)
Contents: Introduction; (I) The inheritance of acquired characters: From the beginning to the 16th century; 16th century records; 17th century records; 18th century records; Some 19th century records to the time of Charles Darwin; (II) Pangenesis: Records from the beginning to the 13th century; 13th century records; 14th and 15th century records; 16th century records; 17th century records; 18th century records; and 19th century records to the time of Charles Darwin; Conclusion; References; and Index.
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Isaiah Berlin's Counter-Enlightenment (Transaction 93-5)
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