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The Origin of Species
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Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 Variation Under Domestication
- Chapter 2 Variation Under Nature
- Chapter 3 Struggle For Existence
- Chapter 4 Natural Selection -- Or The Survival Of The Fittest
- Chapter 5 Laws of Variation
- Chapter 6 Difficulties of The Theory
- Chapter 7 Miscellaneous Objections To The Theory of Natural Selection
- Chapter 8 Instinct
- Chapter 9 Hybridism
- Chapter 10 On The Imperfection of The Geological Record
- Chapter 11 On The Geological Succession of Organic Beings
- Chapter 12 Geographical Distribution
- Chapter 13 Geographical Distribution -- Continued
- Chapter 14 Mutual Affinities of Organic Beings: Morphology -- Embryology -- Rudimentary Organs
- Chapter 15 Recapitulation And Conclusion
- Glossary Glossary of The Principal Scientific Terms Used In The Present Volume
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