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" ... means of forced, isolated etymologies, but by taking a large and comprehensive view of the organic and indestructible fabric of individual tongues, according to the family to which they belong. "
Egypt's Place in Universal History: An Historical Investigation in Five Books - Page x
by Christian Karl Josias Freiherr von Bunsen, Samuel Birch - 1867
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The Church of England quarterly review

Religion - 1856
...region with very extensive congeners in Italy ; chief focus and unchanged truth that a method has boon found of restoring the genealogy of mankind through...medium of language ; not by means of forced isolated ethnologies, but by taking a large and comprehensive view of the organic and indestructible fabric...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volumes 5-6

1862
...this is confidently expected by the most accomplished Egyptologists. " German philology, says Bun'sen, "to any one who has cultivated it since Frederic Schlege'l,...of mankind, through the medium of language; not by the means of forced, isolated etymologies, but by taking a large and comprehensive view of the organic...
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God's Last Words: Reading the English Bible from the Reformation to ...

David S. Katz - Religion - 2004 - 397 pages
...slant was philological, and he cited Friedrich Schlegel (17721829) as his inspiration for believing 'the great truth, that a method has been found of...individual tongues, according to the family to which they belong.'60 Bunsen thanked his fortune in having become acquainted in 1836 with Richard Lepsius (1810-84),...
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