For Paul’s latest revised essay on the rebellious scientist Lancelot Hogben click below:
The last section deals with Hogben’s philosophy and his views on the nature of living matter, science versus religion and his utopian vision of a localized socialist society.
Hogben was an eminent biologist, radical scientist, an outspoken opponent of Nazi race theory and eugenics, a Quaker pacifist in the First World War, a feminist and an awkward and difficult personality. For Paul’s essay on this intriguing character, see Paul’s essay on his website dpcrook.wordpress.com.
Full of anti-Catholic bigotry, a controversial supporter of Darwinism and eugenics, a social reformer who thought blacks and plebs were genetically inferior, Ernest Barnes stirred waves during the twentieth century. For Paul’s latest edition of his essay on Bishop Barnes, click here or visit his website dpcrook.wordpress.com.Bishop Barnes