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Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895)

Huxley, Thomas Henry. An eminent English scientist; born in Ealing, May 4, 1825; died on June 29, 1895. His works include: ‘On the Educational Value of the Natural-History Sciences’ (1854); ‘Evidence as to Man’s Place in Nature’ (1863); ‘On Our Knowledge of the Causes of the Phenomena of Organic Nature: Being Six Lectures to Workingmen’ (1863); ‘Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews’ (1870); ‘Essays: Selected from Lay Sermons, etc.’ (1871); ‘Critiques and Addresses’ (1873); ‘American Addresses’ (1877); ‘Hume’ (1879), in ‘English Men of Letters’; ‘Science and Culture, and Other Essays’ (1881); ‘Evolution and Ethics’ (1893). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).