Aphorisms and Reflections: From the Works of T. H. Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Thomas Henry Huxley
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Excerpt from Aphorisms and Reflections: From the Works of T. H. Huxley

Although a man by his works and personality shall have made his mark upon the age he lives in, yet when he has passed away and his influence with him, the next generation, and still more the succeeding one, will know little of this work, of his ideals and of the goal he strove to win, although for the student his scientific work may always live.

Thomas Henry Huxley may come to be remembered by the public merely as the man who held that we were descended from the ape, or as the apostle of Darwinism, or as the man who worsted Bishop Wilberforce at Oxford.

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