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" I am afraid there is very little of the genuine naturalist in me. I never collected anything, and species work was always a burden to me; what I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business, the working out of the wonderful unity... "
Method and Results: Essays - Page 5
by Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 430 pages
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Nature, Volume 63

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1901
...machines; and, notwithstanding that natural wetter has been my proper business, I am afraid there r. VEIJ little of the genuine naturalist in me ; I never collected anything, and species work was a burden to me. What I cared tfi »i< the architectural and engineering part of the business ; me »,.nVing...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting - Zoology - 1895
...great theory of 'Natural Selection' before the Linnean Society, and in the * He said of himself: — "I am afraid there is very little of the genuine naturalist...engineering part of the business, the working out of the wonderful unity of plan in the thousands and thousands of the diverse living constructions and...
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The Philosophy of Belief: Or, Law in Christian Theology

George Douglas Campbell Duke of Argyll - Natural law - 1896 - 555 pages
...self-analysis : ' the only part of my professional course which really interested me was physiology, which is the mechanical engineering of living machines...naturalist in me. I never collected anything, and species-work was always a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part...
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The Philosophy of Belief: Or, Law in Christian Theology

George Douglas Campbell Duke of Argyll - Christianity - 1896 - 555 pages
...self-analysis : ' the only part of my professional course which really interested me was physiology, which is the mechanical engineering of living machines...naturalist in me. I never collected anything, and species-work was always a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 123

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1896
...medicine. The only part of my professional course which really and deeply interested me was Physiology, which is the mechanical engineering of living machines...there is very little of the genuine naturalist in me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business, the working out the wonderful...
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The Philosophy of Belief: Or, Law in Christian Theology

George Douglas Campbell Duke of Argyll - Natural law - 1896 - 555 pages
...there is very little of the genuine naturalist in me. I never collected anything, and species-work was always a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business—the working out the wonderful unity of plan in the thousands and thousands of diverse living...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 59

Electronic journals - 1896
...up Natural History as soon as I could get a physiological post." As he himself has said, "there was very little of the genuine naturalist in me ; I never collected anything, and species work was a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business ; the working...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 59

Mathematics - 1896
...up Natural History as soon as I could get a physiological post." As he himself has said, "there was very little of the genuine naturalist in me ; I never collected anything, and species work was a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business; the working...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 160

Labor unions - 1896
...impression, yet describes himself as interested chiefly in "the mechanical engineering of living machines." "What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part of the business — the working out of the wonderful unity of plan in the thousands and thousands of diverse living constructions, and...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner - 1902
...whenever such should offer. He declared he had no interest in "fossils," and in later years said : " I am afraid there is very little of the genuine naturalist in me. I never collected anything, and species-work was always a burden to me. What I cared for was the architectural and engineering part...
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