Darwin's Precursors and Influences
by John Wilkins
Publisher: The TalkOrigins Archive 2003
It is sometimes claimed by those who wish to denigrate the achievements of Charles Darwin that he was little more than a 'serial plagiarist'. This essay aims to show that Darwin, like any scientist, had influences, but that he was honest in his theoretical development.
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