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Imperialism - Darwin Imperialism Discussion Questions due...

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Darwin & Imperialism 31/10/2007 10:58:00 Discussion Questions due Fri. Pg. 188 # 1, 3 Pg. 163 # 1, 3 Pg. 226 # 2 *Bring source book Friday *Quiz on Monday revolutionized the way we look at ourselves and understand the universe did not discover evolution, but was known for his study in that area collected evidence, studied evidence  o fossils on the Galapagos Islands o many of the species no longer exist o leads to his theory of Natural Selection Natural Selection o Some variations give certain species a better chance to survive o Passed on to their offspring o Ex. Giraffe-longer neck, can reach food in the trees o Begin to see a conflict with science and revolution Was believed by public that Earth had been around since 4004 B.C. o Darwin’s findings disapproved of this Darwin was a religious man, never intended for conflict Published “On the Origins of Species” 1859 o Said it was like confessing to murder Became very famous and wealthy for his work
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Spencer Influenced by Darwin
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