1. Go to Darwin's Complete Publications, then Books, to download the Origin of Species (1859), and read the Conclusions (p.480 – 490).
2. Engage your colleagues in a vigorous academic discussion regarding the following questions:
    - Why do you think the Origin of Species lead to a revolution in science?
    - What have been some of the positive and negative effects of the book?
    - Why is Darwinian evolution so integral to the study of anthropology?

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Charles Darwin is one of the most celebrated scientists in numerous scientific fields including biology. His theory of evolution, which first featured in his book The Origin of the Species forever, changed how science viewed life. Although Darwin failed to win support from most scientists of his day despite revising the book numerous...

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