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Há 6 dias · “É por parte de avô ou avó que você descende do macaco?”, disse o bispo Samuel Wilberforce após um inflamado discurso contra a teoria da evolução no museu da Universidade de Oxford, onde mais de mil pessoas assistiam ao debate. Mas quem respondeu à pergunta naquele 30 de junho de 1860 não foi o pai da teoria.
Há 4 dias · The stories regarding Huxley's famous 1860 Oxford evolution debate with Samuel Wilberforce were a key moment in the wider acceptance of evolution and in his own career, although some historians think that the surviving story of the debate is a later fabrication. 
27 de jan. de 2024 · National Portrait Gallery, museum in London that houses the national collection of portraits of British men and women. It is located adjacent to the National Gallery, north of Trafalgar Square, in Westminster. (Read Sister Wendy’s Britannica essay on art appreciation.) Samuel Wilberforce.
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Há 6 dias · The famous argument at the British Association in 1860 between Thomas Huxley and the Bishop of Oxford, Samuel Wilberforce, over the origin of species, is a classic example of the clash between beliefs about the foundations of knowledge.
9 de fev. de 2024 · Thomas H. Huxley vs. Samuel Wilberforce respecto a la selección natural - Huxley era un fiel seguidor de la teoría de la selección natural de Darwin, mientras que Willberforce era creacionista. Durante el debate, el obispo le preguntó a Huxley si descendía del mono a través de sus abuelos y este le respondió que preferiría ...
15 de fev. de 2024 · File MC2/170. - Archdeacon [Samuel] Wilberforce, The Close, Winchester, to the Earl of Powis, Powis Castle Estate Records, Papers relating to the Chartist riots in Montgomeryshire, and to the proposed union of the dioceses of Bangor and St Asaph; Campaign against the union of the dioceses of Bangor and St Asaph
7 de fev. de 2024 · Through his daughter Emily, who married Samuel Wilberforce, afterwards Bishop successively of Oxford and Winchester, the manors came into the Wilberforce family, where they remained until 1903 when they were sold by Reginald William Wilberforce to James Buchanan, afterwards Lord Woolavington.