(182595). Biologist; b. Ealing, near London, Eng.; lectured on biology and related subjects at various London institutions; held several govt. positions; embraced Darwinism (see Darwin, Charles Robert) and became skeptic, rejecting Christianity completely; engaged in warfare against Christian beliefs; promoted agnosticism.* Works include Man's Place in Nature; Lessons in Elementary Physiology. See also Metaphysical Society, The.
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