From Religion to The Human Genome Project: A Timeline of Scientific Racism

Sweden did not become a country until 1905, but the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe was still part of Europe, and yet, Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus is not listed among the “significant people” during the Age of Enlightenment. However, those inspired by and expanded on his work, such as Immanuel Kant, are. By omission, Linnaeus, the scientist that gave us …