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R.A. Fisher: a faith fit for eugenics

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Celebrated Darwin scholar James Moore goes beyond 19th century evolution to examine the work of R.A. Fisher, the man hand-picked by Darwin relatives to lead the Eugenics Education Society in 1911, whose synthesis of biometrics and Mendelian views of inheritance formed the basis of neo-Darwinian theory in the early 20th century. In his work ‘R.A. Fisher: a faith fit for eugenics’, Moore considers the character which allowed Fisher to pursue his eugenic theories in the face of academic and scientific controversy.

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