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an examination of Haeckel's popular books shows that he usually followed his own advice. [...] In The Riddle of the Universe [...] he touched on politics 'but lightly' , stopping only to blast the 'reactionary' state for flinging itself into the arms of a 'reactionary church' . 3 The Tragic Sense of Life. Ernst Haeckel and the Struggle over Evolutionary Thought (Chicago 2008) 'Appendix 2, 489-512; idem, 'That Darwin and Haeckel were Complicit in Nazi Biology' , in: R.L. Numbers (ed.), Galileodoi:10.18352/studium.1509 fatcat:z4uho33p2fgy3h7un6timdg2ci