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" Favoured Races in the Struggle of Life." It is doubtful if any single book, except the " Principia," ever worked so great and so rapid a revolution in science, or made so deep an impression on the general mind. "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page xvii
1888
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 196

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1902
...brought together the ashes of Cambridge's two greatest sons. For ' it is doubtful,' writes Huxley, ' if any single ' book, except the " Principia," ever...made so deep an impression ' on the general mind.' * Huxley proceeds to remark, and with perfect justice, ' that ' although the " Origin " has been close...
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Darwiniana: essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution - 1894 - 475 pages
...1859, under the title " On the Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection or the Preservation df Favoured Races in the Struggle of Life." It is doubtful...foes. In 1861, Darwin remarks to a correspondent, " You understand my book perfectly, and that I find a very rare event with my critics." (I. p. 313.)...
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Erythea: A Journal of Botany, West American and General, Volume 3

Willis Linn Jepson - Botany - 1895
...Origin of Species ' may certainly be regarded as its offspring, and of this Huxley19 says with justice: 'It is doubtful if any single book, except the " Principia," ever worked so great and rapid a revolution in science, or made so deep an impression on the general mind.' Yet Darwin's biographer,...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1896
...certainly be regarded as its offspring, and of this Huxley (Proc. II. S., XL1V, xvii,) says with justice: "It is doubtful if any single book except the Principia, ever worked so great and rapid a revolution in science or made so deep an impression on the general mind." Yet Darwin's biographer,...
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Erythea: A Journal of Botany, West American and General, Volumes 3-4

Willis Linn Jepson - Botany - 1895
...Origin of Species ' may certainly be regarded as its offspring, and of this Huxley19 says with justice: 'It is doubtful if any single book, except the " Principia," ever worked so great and rapid a revolution in science, or made so deep an impression on the general mind.' Yet Darwin's biographer,...
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Erythea: A Journal of Botany, West American and General, Volume 3

Willis Linn Jepson - Botany - 1895
...with justice: 'It is doubtful if any single book, except the " Principia," ever worked so great and rapid a revolution in science, or made so deep an impression on the general mind.' Yet Darwin's biographer, in that admirable Life which ranks with the few really great biographies in...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1895

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1896
...certainly be regarded as its offspring, and of this Huxley (Proc. US, XLIY, xvii,) says with justice: "It is doubtful if any single book except the Principia, ever worked so great and rapid a revolution in science or made so deep an impression on the general mind." Yet Darwin's biographer,...
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