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|Introduction: Welcome to Victorian England|
|The Natural Theologians|
|The Social Reformers|
|The Play of the Game|
|Royal Society Meetings|
|The Role... MORE|
|The Copley Medal|
|Special Roles in the Council of the Royal Society|
|Retention of Seat on the Council|
|Disqualification for reading aloud|
|Role of Gamemaster, Contact with Instructor|
|Student-Initiated Rule Modifications|
|A Word on The Use of Props|
|The Main Factions|
|A-Men (opponents of Darwin)|
|X-Men (supporters of Darwin)|
|Brief Sketches of Game Characters|
|Historical and Composite Factional Characters|
|Proceedings of the Royal Society|
|Prelude to the Game|
|Detailed Agenda (Session by session)|
|Summary table of agenda and assignments: Protocol and Parliamentary Procedure|
|Specific Written and Oral Assignments|
|Playing a Natural Philosopher or Man of Science in Victorian England|
|Introduction to the Philosophical Controversy|
|The Historical Context: Things You Should Know|
|Darwim,On the Origin of Species(1859)|
|Primary Source Documents|
|Review ofOn the Origin of Species|
|rsquo;sNovum Organum, 1620 (excerpts)|
|Natural Theology or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Diety|
|ldquo;A Nationrsquo;s Grief for a Nationrsquo;s Lossrdquo;|
|Sample Prayers fromThe Book of Common Prayer|
|Song Lyrics: ldquo;God Save the Queenrdquo;|
|Song Lyrics: ldquo;All Things Bright and Beautifulrdquo;|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|
Marsha Driscoll is Associate Professor of Psychology at Bemidji State University in Bemidji, MN. Her scholarly interests include the nature and role of cognitive and affective empathy, adult development, and the interdisciplinary connections of psychology to the other social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.
Elizabeth E. Dunn is Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of History at Bemidji State University. Her primary field of study is American Intellectual History, with research and publications centered on value conflicts in a variety of settings including Benjamin Franklin’s religious beliefs, paper money in colonial America, and political campaigning in the nineteenth century.
Dann P. Siems is Adjunct Professor of Integrative Studies at Bemidji State University. His scholarly interests include the role of cognition and behavior in life history evolution, the interplay of science and religion, and the history and philosophy of biology.
B. Kamran Swanson is an Instructor of Philosophy at Oakton Community College and Harold Washington College in the Chicago area. His studies have focused on the philosophy of Benedict Spinoza and early modern philosophies of science.