Thomas Huxley was a professor of natural history and physiology. As a staunch supporter of Darwinism, he was one of the nineteenth-century's most visible figures in the conflict between science and religion. His essay, Science and Culture, originally delivered at the opening of Mason College in 1880, stresses the importance of natural science in education.
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Hayes Barton Press
December 22, 2008
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