Hagedoorn, Arend Lourens, 1880-; Hagedoorn, Anna Cornelia (Vorstheuvel La Brand).
Hagedoorn, Arend Lourens, 1880-; Hagedoorn, Anna Cornelia (Vorstheuvel La Brand). The Hague M. Nijhoff. gerstein; ry; university of toronto; biodiversity; toronto.
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Semantic Scholar profile for Anna Cornelia Hagedoorn, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. The relative value of the processes causing evolution, by Arend L. Hagedoorn, PH. and . l La Brand; with 20 figures. Anna Cornelia Hagedoorn, Arend Lourens Hagedoorn. Complexe revalidatie van een jongvolwassen patiënt: niet alledaags, wel mogelijk. J. W. Konings, Kadir C Caliskan, Aggie . Balk, Anna Cornelia Hagedoorn.
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D And. A. C. l la brand with 20 figures. sarily leads to the idea that theories of evolution must always be essentially speculative
D And. Springer-Science+Business Media, . sarily leads to the idea that theories of evolution must always be essentially speculative. We hope that this failure of Biologists in general to take an interest in the evolution-problem, is mainly caused by their unconscious recognition of the one-sidedness of the abovenamed theories, that each tries to explain all evolution by one omnipotent agency to the exclusion of all other causes. The spirit in which Darwin attacked the problem is hard to emulate.