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He famously claimed that the animals of the New World were weaker and smaller than their counterparts in the Old World, a result of a generally less healthy and less productive environment. This claim was vigorously refuted by Thomas Jefferson in his Notes on the State of Virginia (1787). 6 Comte de Buffon Georges Cuvier By the turn of the nineteenth century, discoveries of dinosaur bones across western Europe had made it difficult for biblically driven scholars to continue to deny the importance of change to the history of Earth.

Polygenism Ancient belief that people are derived from multiple creations. monogenism Ancient belief that all people are derived from a single creation. 5 Carolus Linnaeus turned his homemade telescope to the night sky in 1609 and saw that the giant planet Jupiter had four large moons orbiting it, he immediately realized that he had proof of Copernicus’s sun-centered theory of a century earlier. The universe was not, as church doctrine held, Earth-centered and stationary; the planets of the solar system obviously were in orbit around our sun.

9). The so-called Lysenkoism incident in the twentieth century illustrated the failure of Lamarck’s theory in a dramatic way. Trofim Lysenko, although never formally educated in biology, was one of the top-ranking botanists in the Soviet Union from the 1930s to 1960s. He argued that Darwinian thinking was inherently capitalist in its focus on the individual struggle for existence. He also rejected the “capitalist” model of population growth and ensuing fierce competition for scarce resources described by British social theorist Thomas Malthus (1766–1834).

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