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Haeckel coined the terms “ecology,” “ontogeny,” “phylum,” and “phylogeny” (Greek phylum, tribe, and genesis, origin). Generelle Morphologie was both impressive and exasperating. ”2 But it was long and difficult reading. Haeckel wrote The History of Creation as a popular version. 3 His book The Riddle of the Universe of 1899 was even more successful. It was among the most spectacular accomplishments in the history of printing. It sold 100,000 copies in its first year, went through 10 editions by 1919, was translated into 25 languages, and by 1933 had sold almost half a million copies in Germany alone.

But there was nothing uniting these families of species with one another. There was no progression of forms, in time, from the simple to complex in his thinking. 37 Despite his nominalism in regard to higher levels of classification, Buffon held an essentialist conception of species. They were realities of nature. ”38 At the origin of the living world, he imagined that there were about 40 distinct types from which new forms had sprung. While Buffon took the existence of animal-plants as evidence of the nonreality of the two living kingdoms, others saw in those organisms an organization that merited a kingdom of its own.

There were certain species such as the horse, the zebra, and the ass that belonged to the same family with a “main stem” from which “collateral branches” seemed to radiate. But there was nothing uniting these families of species with one another. There was no progression of forms, in time, from the simple to complex in his thinking. 37 Despite his nominalism in regard to higher levels of classification, Buffon held an essentialist conception of species. They were realities of nature. ”38 At the origin of the living world, he imagined that there were about 40 distinct types from which new forms had sprung.

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