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Asunto:[encuentrohumboldt] 38/04 - Alexander von Humboldt and Charles Darwin: Interactions and the Development of Scientific Ideas
Fecha:Domingo, 22 de Febrero, 2004  16:43:15 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt @............ar>

Alexander von Humboldt and Charles Darwin:
Interactions and the Development of Scientific Ideas
 
 

Prof.Rais Akhtar

Head,Dept. of Geography

University of Kashmir

Srinagar 190006 J&K

India

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Geographical research from the middle of 19th Century followed a new paradigm that was framed under the influence of Darwinism.It is believed that the development of geography as science became possible after having followed the premises of the new paradigm.

This paper is based on the unused correspondence encompassing Alexander von Humboldt,Charles Darwin,J.Hooker,Charles Lyell as well as on some material published in German , French and in English; argues that due credit was not accorded to Humboldt whose scientific approach was based on field study and comparative method that had inspired Darwin's theoretical framework of his theory.


Resumen de la ponencia enviada al Primer Encuentro Internacional Humboldt. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Noviembre de 1999.