Biogeography, evolution, and the arrogations of the Darwin industry: J. David Archibald: Origins of Darwin’s evolution: solving the species puzzle through time and place. Columbia University Press, 2017, xii+192pp, $65.00 HB

Metascience 27 (2):293-296 (2018)
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