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Evolution, Old and New: Or, The Theories of Buffon - Page 224
by Samuel Butler - 1879 - 384 pages
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Zoonomia, Volume 1

Erasmus Darwin - 1818
...consequence of their desires and aversions, of their pleasures and their pains, or of irritations, or of associations; and many of these acquired forms...or propensities are transmitted to their posterity. See Sect. XXXI. 1. As air and water are supplied to animals in sufficient profusion, the three great...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...in consequence of their desires and aversions, of their pleasures and their pains, or of irritation or of associations ; and many of these acquired forms...propensities are transmitted to their posterity." He also had a glimpse of the mode of action of sexual selection ; for, speaking of the spurs with which...
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Erasmus Darwin

Ernst Ludwig Krause, Charles Darwin - Biologists - 1879 - 216 pages
...in consequence of their " desires and aversions, of their pleasures and " pains, or of irritations, or of associations; " and many of these acquired forms or " propensities are transmitted to their pos" terity. "As air and water are supplied to animals " in sufficient profusion, the three great objects...
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Erasmus Darwin, tr. by W.S. Dallas

Ernst Ludwig Krause - 1879
...in consequence of their " desires and aversions, of their pleasures and " pains, or of irritations, or of associations; " and many of these acquired forms or " propensities are transmitted to their pos" terity. " As air and water are supplied to animals " in sufficient profusion, the three great...
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Erasmus Darwin

Ernst Ludwig Krause, Charles Darwin - Biologists - 1880 - 216 pages
...consequence of their ' k desires and aversions, of their pleasures and " pains, or of irritations, or of associations; " and many of these acquired forms or " propensities are transmitted to their pos" terity. "As air and water are supplied to animals " in sufficient profusion, the three great objects...
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Life of Charles Darwin

Bettany, G. T. (George Thomas), John Parker Anderson - Evolution - 1887 - 175 pages
...animals undergo perpetual transformations, which are in part produced by their own exertions ; . . . and many of these acquired forms or propensities are transmitted to their posterity. ... A great want of one part of the animal world has consisted in the desire of the exclusive possession...
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Life of Charles Darwin

George Thomas Bettany, John Parker Anderson - Scientists - 1887 - 175 pages
...animals undergo perpetual transformations,which are in part produced by their own exertions ; . . . and many of these acquired forms or propensities are transmitted to their posterity. ... A great want of one part of the animal world has consisted in the desire of the exclusive possession...
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The Asclepiad, Volume 10

1893
...desires and aversions, of their pleasures and pains, or of irritations, or of associations : and that many of these acquired forms or propensities are transmitted to their posterity." In many other lines of verse and prose Erasmus Darwin evolves the theory of evolution. He argues that...
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Collected Essays: Darwiniana

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1894
...in consequence of their desires and aversions, of their pleasures and their pains, or of irritation, or of associations ; and many of these acquired forms...propensities are transmitted to their posterity." Zoonomia I., p. 506. 1893.] VII THE COMING OF AGE OF " THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES" [1880] MANY of you will...
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Darwiniana: essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution - 1894 - 475 pages
...in consequence of their desires and aversions, of their pleasures and their pains, or of irritation, or of associations ; and many of these acquired forms...propensities are transmitted to their posterity." Zoonomia I., p. 506. 1893.] VII THE COMING OF AGE OF " THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES" [1880] MANY of you will...
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