Darwinism and human life. The South African lectures for 1909. London: Andrew Melrose, 1909.
8vo. xii, 245,  pp. Frontispiece photograph. Original cloth. Signature of Lindsay dated April, 1910. $75.00
First edition. Thomson, a Scotch biologist, brings Darwin, his work and the issues that have arisen based on his theory of evolution, up to date. Thomson provides a foundation by explaining Darwin's concepts and doctrines, and expands them with descriptions of current work by other authors, as well as his own philosophy. Thomson was well-known for his attempts to reconcile science and religion.