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" Darwinian theory shows us distinctly for the first time how the creation and the perfecting of Man is the goal toward which Nature's work has all the while been tending. It enlarges tenfold the significance of human life, places it upon even a loftier... "
Man's Destiny Viewed in the Light of His Origin - Page 25
by John Fiske - 1884 - 121 pages
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Natural Theology: Or, Rational Theism

Milton Valentine - Natural theology - 1885 - 274 pages
...perfecting of man is the goal toward which nature's work has been all the while tending. It develops tenfold the significance of human life, places it...activity which is manifested in the physical universe. . . . Not the production of any higher creature, but the perfecting of humanity, is to be the glorious...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 26

Technology - 1885
...confirmation of any cherished theories. "The Darwinian theory," we are told, "makes it (human life) seem more than ever the chief object of that creative...activity which is manifested in the physical universe." But really from the scientific stand-point we are not much concerned with what things can be made to...
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Philistinism: Plain Words Concerning Certain Forms of Modern Scepticism

Richard Heber Newton - Apologetics - 1886 - 332 pages
...enlarges tenfold the significance of human life, places it even upon a loftier eminence than poets and prophets have imagined, and makes it seem more than...that creative activity which is manifested in the universe. * * * From the Origin of Man, when thoroughly comprehended in its general outlines, we shall...
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The Ascent Through Christ: A Study of the Doctrine of Redemption i the Light ...

Ebenezer Griffith-Jones - Evolution - 1899 - 469 pages
...time how the creation and perfecting of Man is the goal toward which Nature has been all the while tending. It enlarges tenfold the significance of human...imagined, and makes it seem more than ever the chief objective of the creative activity which is manifested in the physical universe." l 1 " Man's Destiny,"...
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The World Beautiful in Books

Lilian Whiting - Books and reading - 1901 - 415 pages
...world in general, the Darwinian theory shows us distinctly for the first time how the creation arid the perfecting of Man is the goal toward which Nature's...object of that creative activity which is manifested iu the physical universe." Doctor Fiske sees human progress as the increasing and final extinction...
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The Portal: Published Monthly in the Interest of Reasonable ..., Volumes 3-4

1908
...time how the creation and perfecting of Man is the goal toward which nature has been all the while tending. It enlarges tenfold the significance of human life, places it upon even loftier eminence than poets or prophets have imagined, and makes it seem more than ever the chief objective...
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Readings in Modern European History: Europe since the Congress of Vienna

James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - Europe - 1909
...world in general, the Darwinian theory shows us distinctly for the first time how the creation and perfecting of man is the goal toward which nature's...places it upon even a loftier eminence than poets and prophets have imagined, and makes it seem more than ever the chief object of that creative activity...
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Readings in Modern European History: Europe since the Congress of Vienna

James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - Europe - 1909
...enlarges tenfold the significance of human life, places it upon even a loftier eminence than poets and prophets have imagined, and makes it seem more than...activity which is manifested in the physical universe. . . . The cruel As regards the significance of man's position in the universe, features of tne gradual...
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"Monera", the principles of evolution and immortality of atomic life

Paul Gustav Lewis - Evolution - 1911 - 198 pages
...terrible theory must be adopted ; the fact of man's consanguinity with dumb beasts must be admitted. Copernican astronomy, so with the Darwinian biology,...activity which is manifested in the physical universe. Page 108. It is not likely that we shall ever succeed in making the immortality of the soul a matter...
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