Although there is the quotation from the wife of the Bishop of Worcester in the foreword that says " Descended form the apes! My dear, let us hope that is not true, but if it is, let us pray that it will not become generally known", the book does not go into the origin of man. Even stronger: in the conclusions Darwin talks about the future and states 'Light will be thrown on the origin of man and the history'. Where does the relation between "the Origin of species" en the " descended from the apes"-cliam come from? Was it something that was generally concluded on the basis of The origin of species, was it something that Darwin later proclaimed or something else...??