4 edition of synopsis of natural history: embracing the natural history of animals found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Wyatt, Thomas, A.M.|
|LC Classifications||QH47 .L5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v p., 1 l., -191 p.|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||05018436|
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[Céran Lemonnier; Thomas Wyatt]. The History of Animals contains a large number of eye-witness observations, in particular of marine biology, in sharp contrast to Plato's "symbolic zoology".Aristotle's style and precision can be seen in the passage where he discusses the behaviour and anatomy of the cephalopods, mentioning the use of ink against predators, camouflage, and signalling.
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The work's subject area is thus not limited to what is today understood by natural history; Pliny himself defines his scope as "the natural world, or life".
The main part of the book, the Natural History, is presented as a compilation of 44 letters nominally to Thomas Pennant, a leading British zoologist of the day, and 66 letters to Daines Barrington, an English barrister and Fellow of the Royal these letters, White details the natural history of the area around his family home at the vicarage of Selborne in Hampshire.
A SYNOPSIS OF NATURAL HISTORY: Embracing the Natural History of Animals, with Human and General Animal Physiology, Botany, Vegetable Physiology and Geology.
Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle, First U.S. edition. Translated from the latest French edition of C. Lemmonnier with additions from the works of Cuvier, Dumaril, Lacepede, etc.
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After laying out the main principles of his theory in the early chapters of Origin of the Species, Darwin devotes much of the rest of the book to defending his theory against criticisms and presenting detailed examples of how natural selection occurs.
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"I find that writing each book becomes a mystery trip, one filled with mental, emotional (and sometimes .(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary As a detailed study of the human animal, described by its author as the raison d'etre of nature, Book Seven of the elder Pliny's Natural History is crucial to the understanding of the work as a whole.