Thursday, August 11, 2005

T. H. Huxley essays on Project Gutenberg

A 1902 collection by Thomas Henry Huxley, Lectures and Essays, including essays like "Autobiography", "Lectures on Evolution", "Naturalism and Supernaturalism", "Agnosticism", has just been posted to the website Project Gutenberg, after being prepared through Distributed Proofreaders. There's already a ton of Huxley material on PG, including many essay collections that overlap with this one (such as another one, posted just this past May, which also went through DP, Science and Christian Tradition, which has three essays in common: "The Value of Witness to the Miraculous", "Agnosticism", and "Agnosticism and Christianity"), but one can't have too much of a good thing.

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