Farber, Paul Lawrence

Traces the development of the naturalist tradition since the eighteenth century and considers its relationship to other research areas in the life sciences. Farber explores the adventures of early naturalists, the ideas that lay behind classification systems, the development of museums and zoos, and the range of motives that led collectors to collect.

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Johns Hopkins University Press, July 2000. 136 pages, paperback, 15 black and white illustrations

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Weight 1100 g