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TH Huxley #11

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EDITOR'S NOTE 

Of the great thinkers of the nineteenth century, Thomas Henry Huxley, 

son of an Ealing schoolmaster, was undoubtedly the most noteworthy.  His 

researches in biology, his contributions to scientific controversy, his 

pungent criticisms of conventional beliefs and thoughts have probably 

had greater influence than the work of any other English scientist.  And 

yet he was a "self-made" intellectualist.  In spite of the fact that his 

father was a schoolmaster he passed through no regular course of 

education.  "I had," he said, "two years of a pandemonium of a school

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