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" The high antiquity of man has recently been demonstrated by the labours of a host of eminent men, beginning with M. Boucher de Perthes; and this is the indispensable basis for understanding his origin. I shall, therefore, take this conclusion for granted,... "
the descent of man and selection in relation to sex - Page 2
by charles darwin - 1890
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The Descent of man

Charles Darwin - 1871
...Perthes ; and this is the indispensable basis for understanding his origin. I shall, therefore, take this conclusion for granted, and may refer my readers...Charles Lyell, Sir John Lubbock, and others. Nor shall I hav e occasion to do more than to allude to the amount of difference between man and the anthropomorphous...
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Freedom in science and teaching

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel - Evolution - 1879 - 121 pages
...modifications throughout the series of apes leads us to the same conclusion : that in every single visible character man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the lower members of the same order." It is therefore impossible for any objective zoologist, according...
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Freedom in Science and Teaching

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel - Evolution - 1879 - 121 pages
...the series of apes leads us to the same conclusion: that in every single visible 42 THE SKULL THEORY character man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the lower members of the same order." It is therefore impossible for any objective zoologist, according...
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Freedom in Science and Teaching

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel, Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution (Biology) - 1888 - 53 pages
...modifications throughout the series of apes leads as to the same conclusion ; that in. every single visible character man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the lower members of the same order.' It is therefore impossible for any objective zoologist, according...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The descent of man and seletion in relation to sex

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - Science - 1896
...Perthes ; and this is the indispensable basis for understanding his origin. I shall, therefore, take this conclusion for granted, and may refer my readers...occasion to do more than to allude to the amount of ditference between man and the anthropomorphous apes ; for Prof. Huxley, in the opinion of most competent...
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Library of universal knowledge, science, Volume 2

1905
...Perthes; and this is the indispensable basis for understanding his origin. I shall, therefore, take this conclusion for granted, and may refer my readers...opinion of most competent judges, has conclusively shown that in every visible character man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the...
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Science and revolution

Ernest Untermann - Revolutions - 1905 - 195 pages
...descent open, from considerations of expediency. But when Wallace, Huxley, Haeckel, and others showed that " in every visible character, man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the lower members of the same order," Darwin assented and came forth with his " Descent of Man," in...
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Transactions and Proceedings, Volume 4

Perthshire Society of Natural Science - Natural history - 1908
...by himself." The important conclusion reached by Huxley, and which was fully adopted by Darwin, was that in "every visible character man differs less from the higher apes than these do from the lower members of the same order of primates." The proof of this weighty statement, which goes by...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volumes 1-2

Charles Darwin - Science - 1871 - 475 pages
In the current resurgence of interest in the biological basis of animal behavior and social organization, the ideas and questions pursued by Charles Darwin remain fresh and ...
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Darwin's Metaphor

1988 - 341 pages
...Perthes; and this is the indispensable basis for understanding his origin. I shall, therefore, take this conclusion for granted, and may refer my readers...Sir Charles Lyell, Sir John Lubbock, and others." My point in giving this example is that, as with the study of psychology, neurophysiology, and phrenology,...
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