- Title Pages
1“The Great O. versus the Jermyn St. Pet”: Huxley, Falconer, and Owen on Paleontological Method
2Evolutionary Naturalism on High: The Victorians Sequester the Alps
3Paradox: The Art of Scientific Naturalism
4Huxley and the Devonshire Commission
5Economies of Scales: Evolutionary Naturalists and the Victorian Examination System
6Odd Man Out: Was Joseph Hooker an Evolutionary Naturalist?
7Sunday Lecture Societies: Naturalistic Scientists, Unitarians, and Secularists Unite against Sabbatarian Legislation
8The Conduct of Belief: Agnosticism, the Metaphysical Society, and the Formation of Intellectual Communities
9Where Naturalism and Theism Met: The Uniformity of Nature
10The Fate of Scientific Naturalism: From Public Sphere to Professional Exclusivity
11The Successors to the X Club? Late Victorian Naturalists and Nature, 1869–1900
12From Agnosticism to Rationalism: Evolutionary Biologists, the Rationalist Press Association, and Early Twentieth-Century Scientific Naturalism
- Bibliography of Major Works on Scientific Naturalism
- Victorian Scientific Naturalism
- University of Chicago Press
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