Darwin's Impact On The Life Of Charles Darwin

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Physical anthropology has been changed drastically by many people. This is because there are constantly theories being introduced and disproved. One scientist that had a groudbreaking theory, that paved the way for our study of many different sciences, was Charles Darwin. No one Impacted biology like Charles Darwin in the 19th century. Charles Darwin had a very intersiting life that was dedicated to sceince and he substantially impacted science with his theories and his astouding pieces of work that he published. Charles Robert Darwin was born on February 12, 1809 in the town of Shrewsbury, England and passed away on April 19, 1882 in London. He had 5 siblings of which he was the second youngest. Charles Darwin came from a very wealthy family that was composed of doctors and scientists. Charles Darwin 's father was a medical doctor and his grandfather was renowned botanist. Since a very young age Charles Darwin loved to explore nature. The only profound negative of Charles Darwins childhood is when he lost his mother. His mother died on July 1817 when Darwin was only 8 years old. Charles Darwin met his mentor John Stevens Henslow while attending Christ 's college. Upon graduation in 1831 his …show more content…
This book is Darwins second book on evolutionary theory after On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex contains three main parts inside. The first part talks about how Darwin considers if man is descended from an earlier form just like all other species. Next Darwin talks about how man has developed throghout time. Finaly, Darwin evaluates the differences amoung the human race. The last part of the title is Selection in Relation to Sex. This is what Darwin writes about in the last 3 chapters of his book. In these 3 chapters Darwin discusses how the role of beauty plays a part in determining

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