This chapter discusses the evolutionary theory Darwin developed in The Origin of Species. Topics covered include Charles Lyell's contribution to Darwin's thinking, Darwin's shift from believing in the fixity of species to evolutionary thinking, natural selection and natural theology, and concepts of The Origin.
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