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" The 400 or 500 roots which remain as the constituent elements in different families of language are not interjections, nor are they imitations. They are phonetic types BB produced by a power inherent in human nature. They exist, as Plato would say, by... "
Lectures on the science of language, delivered at the Royal institution of ... - Page 370
by Friedrich Max Müller - 1861
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1862
...different families of language, are not interjections, nor are they imitations. They are phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...nature, we mean by the hand of God. There is a law that runs through nearly the whole of nature, that everything which is struck rings. Each substance...
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The National Review, Volume 13

History - 1861
...original roots are "phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature." But when he adds, " There is a law, which runs through nearly the whole of nature, that every thing which is struck rings. Each substance has its own peculiar ring It was the same with man,...
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The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The National review

National review - History - 1861
...original roots are "phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature." But when he adds, " There is a law, which runs through nearly the whole of nature, that every thing which is struck rings. Each substance has its own peculiar ring It was the same with man,...
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Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1862
...different families of language arc not interjections, nor are they imitations. They are phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...that, when we say by nature, we mean by the hand of God.1 There is a law which runs through nearly the whole of nature, that everything which is struck...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 2

Congregationalism - 1862
...different families of language are not interjections, nor are they imitations. They are phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...Plato would say, by nature ; though with Plato we would add that, when we say by nature, we mean by the hand of God. . . . Man in his primitive and perfect...
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The Christian Review, Volume 28

Baptists - 1863
...which specialize and localize them. " These roots," says Prof. Miiller, " consist of plastic types, produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...should add that when we say by nature, we mean by the immediate hand of God. There is a law which runs through nearly the whole of nature, that everything...
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Macmillan's Magazine; Vol VII; Nov 1862 - Apr 1863

David Masson - 1863
...constituent elements of language are " p/ionetic types, produced by a power " inherent in human nature. There is a " law which runs through nearly the " whole...nature, that everything which " is struck, rings. It was the same with " man, the most highly organised of " nature's works. Man, in his most pri" mitive...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 7

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1863
...constituent elements of language are "phonetic types, produced by a power " inherent in human nature. There is a ' law which runs through nearly the whole...of nature, that everything which is struck, rings. It was the same with man, the most highly organised of nature's works. Man, in his moat primitive and...
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Prehistoric man, researches into the origin of civilisation

Daniel Wilson (sir.) - 1865
...distinguished student of the science of Language ; and the answer is : " The roots are phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...when we say by nature we mean by the hand of God" * In this as in all other appeals to miracle, the question is taken out of court. I do not question...
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Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilisation in the ..., Volume 2

Sir Daniel Wilson - Civilization - 1865 - 635 pages
...distinguished student of the science of Language ; and the answer is : " The roots are phonetic types produced by a power inherent in human nature. They...when we say by nature we mean by the hand of God." * In this as in all other appeals to miracle, the question is taken out of court. I do not question...
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