1 hour 7 minutes
Loren Eiseley was an American anthropologist, natural science writer, and philosopher. In this talk, he discusses the possible influences of nineteenth-century science writers on Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and in his work On the Origin of Species. Dr. Charles Brandt, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Portland State College, introduced Dr. Eiseley.
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Charles Darwin -- 1809-1882, Natural Selection -- History
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 1/2 track, mono
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Eiseley, Loren, ""The Unknown Darwin"" (1959). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 8.