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Fitzwilliam Museum - Darwin and the Arts

Cambridge University

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Fitzwilliam Museum - Darwin and the Arts
Fitzwilliam Museum - Darwin and the Arts

Fitzwilliam Museum - Darwin and the Arts

Cambridge University

1
Followers
2
Plays
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Science meets art in this ground-breaking exhibition, which explores the fascinating relationship between the revolutionary theories of Charles Darwin and nineteenth-century art.

Latest Episodes

11. Darwin, Design and Christianity: With Professor John Brooke

John Brooke, former Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University, gives his take on the exhibition 'Endless Forms', and discusses the implications of Darwinism for religious accounts of creation and design in the natural world.

-1 s2009 JUL 13
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11. Darwin, Design and Christianity: With Professor John Brooke

10. The Evolving Body: With Professor Randolph Nesse

Evolutionary physician Professor Randolph Nesse explores the idea of 'Darwin's eye', and discusses what evolution means for our bodies, our emotions and our behaviour - as well as the disturbing implications of this view of the world.

10 MIN2009 JUL 13
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10. The Evolving Body: With Professor Randolph Nesse

9. Humankind - A Troubling Future? With Lord Robert May

Lord Robert May, Former President of the Royal Society and UK Government Chief Advisor for Science explores the significance of Darwin and his 'unsolved problems' for the issues facing populations today, and how the nineteenth-century preoccupation with 'where we come from' has given way to a focus on our imminent - and worrying - future as a planet.

10 MIN2009 JUL 9
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9. Humankind - A Troubling Future? With Lord Robert May

Latest Episodes

11. Darwin, Design and Christianity: With Professor John Brooke

John Brooke, former Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University, gives his take on the exhibition 'Endless Forms', and discusses the implications of Darwinism for religious accounts of creation and design in the natural world.

-1 s2009 JUL 13
Comments
11. Darwin, Design and Christianity: With Professor John Brooke

10. The Evolving Body: With Professor Randolph Nesse

Evolutionary physician Professor Randolph Nesse explores the idea of 'Darwin's eye', and discusses what evolution means for our bodies, our emotions and our behaviour - as well as the disturbing implications of this view of the world.

10 MIN2009 JUL 13
Comments
10. The Evolving Body: With Professor Randolph Nesse

9. Humankind - A Troubling Future? With Lord Robert May

Lord Robert May, Former President of the Royal Society and UK Government Chief Advisor for Science explores the significance of Darwin and his 'unsolved problems' for the issues facing populations today, and how the nineteenth-century preoccupation with 'where we come from' has given way to a focus on our imminent - and worrying - future as a planet.

10 MIN2009 JUL 9
Comments
9. Humankind - A Troubling Future? With Lord Robert May

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