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Huxley, Thomas H. (1825-1895):

Short Biography – Huxley, Thomas H. (1825-1895):

English biologist and teacher, Huxley was a defender of Darwin (“Darwin’s Bulldog”). “There are those who hold the name of Professor Huxley as synonymous with irreverence and atheism. Plato’s [work] was so held, and Galileo’s and Descartes’, and Newton’s, and Faraday’s. There can be no greater mistake. No man has greater reverence for the Bible than Huxley. No one had more acquaintance with the text of scripture. He believes there is definite government of the universe; that pleasures and pains are distributed in accordance with law; and that the certain proportion of evil woven up in the life even of worms will help the man who thinks to bear his own share with courage.” (Tyndall’s Fragments, advertisement.)

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