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" The birth both of the species and of the individual are equally parts of that grand sequence of events, which our minds refuse to accept as the result of blind chance. "
The Descent of Man
by Charles Darwin - 1874 - 675 pages
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 24; Volume 44

Universalism - 1887
...can discover from his writings, we find Mr. Darwin. " The birth," he says, " both of the species and the individual, are equally parts of that grand sequence...chance. The understanding revolts at such a conclusion." 2 He speaks of the laws impressed upon matter by the Creator. 3 He does not concern himself with the...
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Old and New, Volume 3

Edward Everett Hale - History - 1871
...occasion, if at all. Let us close with one brief quotation, which we can unhesitatingly indorse : " The birth, both of the species and of the individual,...chance. The understanding revolts at such a conclusion." ( Vol. ii., page 396.) Our corollary if it be not mere reiteration in other terms is, that...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - Anthropology - 1871 - 358 pages
...as " building on air, and establishing one hypothesis upon another." (Ibid.) " The birth both of species and of the individual are equally parts of...chance. The understanding revolts at such a conclusion." (" Descent of Man," part 2, p. 396.) " If we cannot believe in the relations which He has established...
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A manual of anthropology, or, Science of man

Charles Bray - Philosophy - 1871
...as " building on air, and establishing one hypothesis upon another."'(Ibid.) " The birth both of species and of the individual are equally parts of...understanding revolts at such a conclusion."(" Descent of Man," part 2, p. 396.) " If we cannot believe in the relations which He has established...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 342 pages
...Edition, 1869, p. 579. In his recent work, "The Descent of Man," vol ii. p. 396, Mr. Darwin also says, "The birth both of the species and of the individual...minds refuse to accept as the result of blind chance." Still, in so important a matter, it is to be regretted that he did not take the trouble to distinguish...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 17

Great Britain - 1871
...of creation are inconsistent with Theism. He himself repudiates such antagonism. " The birth both of species and of the individual are equally parts of...our minds refuse to accept as the result of blind chanoe. The understanding revolts at such a conclusion."* In the passage also on which I am now commenting,...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 342 pages
...Edition, 1869, p. 579. In his recent work, "The Descent of Man," vol ii. p. 396, Jlr. Darwin also says, "The birth both of the species and of the individual...sequence of events which our minds refuse to accept an the result of blind chance." Still, in so important a matter, it is to be regretted that lie did...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 296 pages
...Edition, 1869, p. 579. In his recent work, "The Descent of Man," vol ii. p. 396, Mr. Darwin also says, "The birth both of the species and of the individual are equally parts of that grand sequence of ev-nts which our minds refuse to accept as the result of blind chance." Still, in so important a matter,...
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Our blood relations; or, The Darwinian theory [a poem, by C.W. Grant.].

Charles William Grant (col.) - 1872
...descent from some lower form, through the process of variation and natural selection, than to explain the birth of the individual through the laws of ordinary...of events which our minds refuse to accept as the results of blind chance." Vol. ii. p. 396. It depends a good deal upon what Mr. Darwin means by...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1872
...individual through the laws of ordinary reproduction. The birth both of the species and of the individual an equally parts of that grand sequence of events, which...understanding revolts at such a conclusion, whether or not we arc able to believe that every slight variation of structure, the union of each pair in marring?, tue...
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