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am 28. Juli 1999
While our present day science curricullum owes much of it's insight to the inspirational theories of Charles Darwin, science as it is taught by schoolhouse instructors lacks the intestinal fortitude shown by the young Darwin. If everyone involved in the study of science were to approach not only life but science in the same manner as Charles Darwin who knows where we would be today. Confusion over whether or not there is a supreme diety has brought us to a virtual standstill in areas that desperately need our further attention. After reading The Voyage of the Beagle, I came to realize how Darwin was not intent on setting the religious world on its head. Instead he was living the dreams of any headstrong young man bent on seeing the world in its purest form. I would recommend this book to any scientist or researcher for that matter who feels he/she has yet to feel the fire light their inspirational drive.
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am 2. April 2000
This is an extremely interesting book; well worth reading. However I would not recommend getting the edition published by Wordsworth (ISBN 185364768). It was not proof-read very carefully, and contains a lot of typographical errors.
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am 2. August 2015
Remember this says "Journal" and that is what it is. It is his first parson adventures on and off the Beagle. He even includes stories about the people on the ship, the ship's life, and maintenance. He is always going ashore and venturing beyond the ship charter to go where no Englishman has gone before. He makes friends with tyrants and the down trodden. Once, to get an animal to come to him, he lay on his back and waved his arms and legs in the air. Whatever you do, do not turn your back on him. He is always knocking something on the head and taking it back for study. It is fun trying to match the old names for places with the new.
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am 3. September 2005
Remember this says "Journal" and that is what it is. It is his first parson adventures on and off the Beagle. He even includes stories about the people on the ship, the ship's life, and maintenance. He is always going ashore and venturing beyond the ship charter to go where no Englishman has gone before. He makes friends with tyrants and the down trodden. Once to get an animal to come to him, he lay on his back and waved his arms and legs in the air. What ever you do, do not turn your back on him. He is always knocking something on the head and taking it back for study. It is fun trying to match the old names for places with the new.
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am 24. Juli 2015
Remember this says "Journal" and that is what it is. It is his first parson adventures on and off the Beagle. He even includes stories about the people on the ship, the ship's life, and maintenance. He is always going ashore and venturing beyond the ship charter to go where no Englishman has gone before. He makes friends with tyrants and the down trodden. Once, to get an animal to come to him, he lay on his back and waved his arms and legs in the air. Whatever you do, do not turn your back on him. He is always knocking something on the head and taking it back for study. It is fun trying to match the old names for places with the new.
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am 20. September 2013
Absolut empfehlenswerter Klassiker aus der (re-editierten) Feder von Darwin. Hilft allen auf die Sprünge, die nach dem Ursprung seiner Evolutionstheorie suchen, oder einfach einen Einblick in das Zeitalter der Seefahrer und (modernen) Abenteurer erhalten wollen.
Unverhofft kommt nicht allzu oft - ich bin positiv überrascht von der Leichtigkeit der Schreibe und so ist das Lesen ein sehr angenehme Erfahrung gewesen. Nicht unbedingt geeignet als Bettlektüre, aber für jeden gut, der nach ein wenig mehr Allgemeinbildung strebt.
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am 20. August 2012
"The voyage of the beagle" ist historisch gesehen sicher eine wertvolle Quelle. Allerdings war ich überrascht, wie oberflächlich die Beobachtungen des Autors sind, wie wenig wissenschaftlich das ganze Unterfangen organisiert war und wie ermüdend die Erzählweise. Für Wissenschaftshistoriker ein Muss, aber sonst ....
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