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" Thus, whatever system of organs be studied, the comparison of their modifications in the ape series leads to one and the same result that the structural differences which separate man from the gorilla and the chimpanzee are not so great as those which... "
Evolution and Animal Life: An Elementary Discussion of Facts, Processes ... - Page 457
by David Starr Jordan, Vernon Lyman Kellogg - 1907 - 489 pages
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1872
...so far as physical structure is concerned, " the differences which separate him from the gorilla and chimpanzee are not so great as those which separate the gorilla from the lower apes ; " and Mr. Darwin fancies to have discovered, in one of the folds of the human ear, the last remnant...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - Apes - 1863 - 184 pages
...limbs. Thus, whatever system of organs be studied, the comparison of their modifications in the ape series leads to one and the same result that the...those which separate the Gorilla from the lower apes. But in enunciating this important truth I must guard myself against a form of misunderstanding, which...
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Biblical natural science

John Duns - 1863
...Whatever system of organs," he says, " be studied, the comparison of their modifications in the ape series leads to one and the same result that the...differences which separate man from the gorilla and chimpanzee are not so great as those which separate the gorilla from the lower apes." Now, at a time...
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Chambers's encyclopaedia: a dictionary of universal knowledge for the people ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1864
...maintain, that whatever system of organs be studied, the comparison of their modifications in the ape series leads to one and the same result that the...as those which separate the gorilla from the lower a[>es. This by no means implies that the structural differences between man and the highest ;i] ...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volume 9

Learned institutions and societies - 1864
...aim to establish, and by using which, as an argument, he desires to justify this arrangement, is " that the structural differences which separate Man...those which separate the Gorilla from the lower Apes." And in order to make this point clear and credible, he descends to particulars, commencing as low as...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 4

Theology - 1864
...Geoffry St. Hilaire and Duvernoy.* From his extended comparison, Professor Huxley gives the conclusion, " that the structural differences which separate man...those which separate the gorilla from the lower apes." p. 123. For this reason he contends that man is not to be placed " in a distinct order," as Cuvier...
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The Boston Review, Volume 4

Theology - 1864
...Geoffry St. Hilaire and Duvernoy.* From his extended comparison, Professor Huxley gives the conclusion, " that the structural differences which separate man...those which separate the gorilla from the lower apes." p. 123. For this reason he contends that man is not to be placed " in a distinct order," as Cuvier...
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Christian certainty

Samuel Wainwright - Apologetics - 1865 - 492 pages
...And, in short," whatever system of organs be studied, the comparison of their modifications in the ape series leads to one .and the same result that...those which separate the gorilla from the lower apes." No sooner however, have we reached this definite conclusion, than we find it qualified by an assurance...
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Analysis of Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, Being a Critical Examination of the ...

Henry A. DuBois - Human beings - 1866 - 94 pages
...conclusion on the anatomical facts which he has set forth in proof of his fundamental proposition, " That the structural differences which separate Man...those which separate the Gorilla from the lower apes." Now, we are willing to admit all of Mr. Huxley's anatomical facts, though we shall take large exception...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 37

Great Britain - 1880
...at once that the resemblance, in essential type, between man and some apes is very strong indeed ; that " the structural differences which separate man...which separate the gorilla from the lower apes,"* and that " the human body contains no single organ which might not have beenf inherited from the apes."...
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