Darwin lectures : 6 : How far does Darwin take us? [Sir Andrew Huxley]
University of Cambridge (1982)
Sir Andrew Huxley, physicist, Fellow of the Royal Society and Nobel Laureate (1963), talks on the success of Darwin's theory of evolution and of the prospects of extending 'natural explanation' to aspects of living things which were beyond the range of possible research in Darwin's time.
Practice for listening to lectures in the field of evolution.
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