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" This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding of the history of evolution, is briefly expressed in the proposition: that the History of the Germ is an epitome of the History... "
The Divine Pedigree of Man; Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 341
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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The Problem of Human Life: Embracing the "Evolution of Sound" and "Evolution ...

Alexander Wilford Hall - Evolution - 1880 - 512 pages
...lte further explains his meaning: "This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding...in other words that ontogeny is a recapitulation of phytogeny; or, somewhat more explicitly: that the series of forms through which the individual organism...
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The Problem of human life : embracing the "evolution of sound" and ...

Alexander Wilford Hall - 1883 - 512 pages
...he further explains his meaning: "This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding...history of the descent; or in other words that ontogeny if -a recapitulation of phytogeny; or, 'somewhat more explicitly: that the series of forms through...
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The Problem of Human Life: Embracing the "evolution of Sound" and "evolution ...

Alexander Wilford Hall - Evolution - 1880 - 512 pages
...he further explains his meaning: "This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding...the proposition that the history of the germ is an epit<t:ne of the history of the descent; or in other words that ontogeny is a recapitulation of phylogeny;...
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The Problem of Human Life: Embracing the "Evolution of Sound" and "Evolution ...

Alexander Wilford Hall - Evolution - 1877 - 512 pages
...he further explains his meaning: "This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding...the history of evolution, is briefly expressed in tho proposition that the history of the germ is an epitttiu of the history of the descent; or in other...
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Education, Volume 9

Education - 1889
...resemblances are always general. This Haeckel calls the fundamental law of evolution, and briefly it is " The history of the germ is an epitome of the History of Descent."2 Or in general, "Each stage in evolution is an epitome of all that have preceded," and the...
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THE THEORIES OF DARWIN AND THEIR RELATION TO PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND MORALITY

RUDOLF SCHMID - 1882
...suggested by Fritz Miiller, and derives from these observations the "biogenetic maxim," as he calls it: "The history of the germ is an epitome of the history of the descent; or, in other words, ontogeny (the history of the germs or the individuals) is a recapitulation of phylogeny (the history...
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The evolution of man: a popular exposition of the principal points ..., Volume 1

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel - Anatomy, Comparative - 1883
..."the first principle of Biogeny. "7 This fundamental law, to which we shall recur again and again, and on the recognition of which depends the thorough understanding...that the series of forms through which the Individual Orgamsm passes during its progress from the egg cell to its fully developed state, is a brief, compressed...
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The pedigree of man, and other essays, tr. by E.B. Aveling

Ernst Heinrich P.A. Haeckel - 1883
...which Fritz Miiller more than all others, except Darwin, has laid stress, may be formulated as follows. The series of forms through which the individual organism passes during its development from the egg to the complete adult condition is a brief, condensed repetition of the long...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Volumes 13-14

Medicine - 1884
...(marsupials) ; these are followed by forms resembling apes, and lastly, the peculiar human form is produced."* The series of forms through which the individual organism...passes during its progress from the egg cell to its full developed state is a " brief compressed reproduction of the long series of forms through which...
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Life: its nature, origin, development, and the psychical related to the physical

Salem Wilder - Life - 1886 - 350 pages
...law of organic evolution, or the first principle of biogeny " (pp. 6, 7), and it is thus expressed : "The series of forms through which the individual organism passes during its progress from the egg-cell to its fully-developed state, is a brief, compressed reproduction of the long series of forms...
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