The writings of Alfred Russel Wallace (1823−1913) present a challenge to modern readers, both for the large range of subjects he entertained, and his unique point of view. In this short treatment, ten ‘stumbling blocks’ to an appreciation of Wallace’s thought are outlined which, it is suggested, have caused problems of interpretation in the past.
Evolution | Life Sciences | Other Life Sciences
Smith, Charles H., "Alfred Russel Wallace Notes 22: Stumbling Blocks to an Understanding of Wallace's Worldview" (2022). Faculty/Staff Personal Papers. Paper 217.