necessarily mean that it is any easier to break from cherished convictions, not to mention the prevailing views of one’s own era. Humboldt had found it impossible to accept Agassiz’s theory of glaciers. My text; and agassiz found it difficult to accepts Darwin's theories. McCullough, David. Brave Companions (p. 35). Simon & Schuster. Kindle Edition.


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