Episode 19 — The Evolution of the Theory of Evolution, Part 2 of 2

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In episode 18, I talked about the development of evolutionary theory leading up to Darwin and his contemporaries. Now it’s time to turn to the man himself.

So with the background… well… in the background, I’ll talk about what Darwin did and didn’t do. I’ll also talk about a number of cases in which people in subsequent centuries have (and continue to) wrap various other theories in Darwin’s name — in attempts to either win their theories some respect, or to smear Darwin and his work.

If you’re not subscribed to the podcast, you can listen to the episode (30:35) via an inline player (Flash required) here:

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You can also directly download the episode using this link (28 MBytes). For links to sources, as well as for those who’d just like to follow along, the episode’s show notes are here….

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