…, 2nd ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2000).
George Henry Lewes, explaining embryological development in chapter I of…
…, p. 24.
passage as an extended commentary on Paley and Lewes. His knowledge of Paley can be
assumed, as the Natural Theology…
…, after a brief detour
through Darwinism, to Paley’s pre-Darwinian teleological idealism.
See, for instance, James G…
Paley, Natural Theology, p. 332.
Gasking, Investigations into Generation, p. 57.
Paley, Natural Theology, pp. 331–2.
century biology had very little in common with the physiological science of the atheist
Lewes: Paley’s theory of vital particles was, in the absence…