For the scientist and the anarchist of the nineteenth century the political and the natural were inextricably bound. How are we any different today? (third episode of a blog post series)
How Peter Kropotkin, Europe’s most notorious anarchist came to challenge England’s most distinguished man of science.
Huxley had no use for God, but what did nature say on the question of order and disorder? It was something he would spend much of his life contemplating and his final years obsessing over.
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