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This index presents a list of person names that occur in the book Zoology in Early Modern Culture: Intersections of Science, Theology, Philology, and Political and Religious Education. The book focuses on Evolutionary theory that demonstrates that the species presently living have evolved during an evolutionary process of hundreds of millions of years, which has caused all kinds of adaptations; life once started from amoebas, and it has slowly developed into the most complex organisms, the mammals, with man as the highest developed species at the top of the pyramid of evolution.

Keywords: early modern culture; evolutionary theory; philology; theology; zoology

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