Gaia thesis

Orphica, Theogonies Fragment 57 (from Athenogoras) :
"The gods, as they [the Greeks] say, did not exist from the beginning, but each of them was born just as we are born. And this is agreed by them all, Homer saying ‘Okeanos (Oceanus) the genesis of the gods, and mother Tethys [Thesis],’ and Orpheus--who was the original inventor of the gods' names and recounted their births and said what they have all done, and who enjoys some credit among them as a true theologian, and is generally followed by Homer, above all about the gods--also making their first genesis from water : ‘Okeanos , who is the genesis of the all.’ For Hydros (Water) was according to him the origin of everything, and from Hydros (the Water) Mud [. the primordial Gaia (Earth)] formed, and from the pair of them a living creature was generated with an extra head growing upon it of a lion, and another of a bull, and in the middle of them a god's countenance; its name was Herakles and Khronos (Chronos, Time). This Herakles generated a huge egg [which formed the earth, sea and sky]."

Chapter 1:The First Twenty-Five Years—Early Life from Usk to Neath, 1823-1848
Chapter 2: Four Years in the Amazon Valley
Chapter 3: London Interlude, 1852 to 1854
Chapter 4: “The central and controlling incident of my life”—The Malay Archipelago, 1854-1858
Chapter 5: Darwin and the Ternate Letter
Chapter 6:  Unfinished Business in the Malay Archipelago, 1858-1862
Chapter 7: Return to London—The Domestication of Alfred Russel Wallace
Chapter 8: Murdering Darwin’s Child—Toward an Intelligent Evolution and a Clash of Worldviews
Chapter 9: Intelligent Evolution— Man’s Place in the Universe and The World of Life
Chapter 10: Final Days
Chapter 11: Wallace’s Lost Legacy
Epilogue: Wallace and Modern Intelligent Design

  1. The Ternate Letter
  2. Darwinism
  3. New Thoughts on Evolution

Gaia thesis

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