Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Darwin / edited by Jonathan Hodge and Gregory Radick.


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Introduction Jonathan Hodge and Gregory Radick
Part I. Darwin's Theorising: 1. The making of a philosophical naturalist Phillip R. Sloan
2. The notebook programmes and projects of Darwin's London years Jonathan Hodge
3. Darwin on generation, pangenesis and sexual selection Jim Endersby
4. Darwin on mind, morals and emotions Robert J. Richards
5. The arguments in the Origin of Species C. Kenneth Waters
Part II. Historical Contexts: 6. Is the theory of natural selection independent of its history? Gregory Radick
7. Darwin's science and Victorian philosophy of science David L. Hull
8. Darwin and Victorian Christianity John Hedley Brooke
9. Darwin, social Darwinism and eugenics Diane B. Paul
10. From Darwin to today in evolutionary biology Jean Gayon
Part III. Philosophical Themes: 11. Metaphysical and epistemological issues in modern Darwinian theory Elliott Sober
12. Darwinian concepts in the philosophy of mind Kim Sterelny
13. Darwinism in moral philosophy and social theory Alex Rosenberg
14. Belief in God in a Darwinian age Michael Ruse
Part IV. Ways Forward: 15. In Darwin's wake, where am I? Daniel C. Dennett
16. Ethical expressions: why moralists scowl, frown and smile Owen Flanagan
17. Giving Darwin his due Philip Kitcher.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882