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Giuseppe Sergi, "champion" of Darwinism?
Journal of Anthropological Sciences
The Italian anthropologist, psychologist and evolutionist Giuseppe Sergi (1841-1936) may be regarded in some respects today as an "atypical" Darwinist, but, almost paradoxically, he was considered a "champion" of Darwinism by colleagues and commentators of his own time. Probably, two aspects of his work are responsible for this apparent anomaly: his faith in the so-called soft inheritance and his claims regarding a theory concerning the polyphyletic origin of human races. The soft inheritancedoi:10.4436/jass.89001 pmid:20841631 fatcat:iufn4y3jvje3nee2rdbo7ocm5y