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Ernst Haeckel

a.k.a. Ernst Heinrich Philipp August von Haeckel

Author Code: GEVH

Born: Feb. 16, 1834 - Potsdam, Prussia

Died: Aug. 9, 1919 - Jena, Germany

Educated at Merseburg Gymnasium, the University of Berlin, where he studied medicine, and the University of Jena, Haeckel received a doctorate in zoology and, in 1862, became professor of comparative anatomy at Jena. He was also named director of the Zoological Institute. After reading Darwin's Origin of Species, Haeckel became a strong adherent of evolution theory. He worked for a number of years on invertebrate groups and is responsible for naming hundreds of species. He was widely traveled and always brought back numerous examples from his trips. He continued as a professor at Jena for 43 years until his retirement. In 1866, he published General Morphology, which was subsequently edited and re-published a year later as Natural History of Creation, which was very successful. Haeckel was a prolific writer and produced many fine works on travel in addition to his numerous scientific treatises. His works include Radiolaria (1862), Monera (1870), Studies on the Gastraea Theory (1873-84), The Last Link (1898), The Riddle of the Universe (1901), Last Words on Evolution (1905) and Wanderbilder (1905).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
GEVH001 Charles Darwin as an Anthropologist 1910 10 222k eBook Download PDF - 'Charles Darwin as an Anthropologist' (GEVH001) Find a printed copy of Charles Darwin as an Anthropologist by Ernst Haeckel at AbeBooks
GEVH003 Freedom in Science and Teaching 1879 43 375k eBook Download PDF - 'Freedom in Science and Teaching' (GEVH003) Find a printed copy of Freedom in Science and Teaching by Ernst Haeckel at AbeBooks
GEVH004 The Last Link [Illustrated] 1898 44 801k eBook Download PDF - 'The Last Link [Illustrated]' (GEVH004) Find a printed copy of The Last Link [Illustrated] by Ernst Haeckel at AbeBooks
GEVH002 Monism as Connecting Religion to Science 1892 20 290k eBook Download PDF - 'Monism as Connecting Religion to Science' (GEVH002) Find a printed copy of Monism as Connecting Religion to Science by Ernst Haeckel at AbeBooks

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