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" how, in different places and times, like conditions have led to similar trains of thought, ending in analogous results. That these countless different, and yet allied, phenomena presented by all religions are accidental or factitious, is an untenable... "
The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 49
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1864 - 602 pages
...but to strengthen this conclusion: showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...maintained by some, that creeds are priestly inventions. Even as a mere question of probabilities it cannot rationally be concluded that in every society, past...
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First principles

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1867 - 559 pages
...SCIENCE. to strengthen thia conclusion: showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...maintained by some, that creeds are priestly inventions. Even as a mere question of probabilities it cannot rationally be concluded that in every society, past...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - Evolution - 1870 - 559 pages
...but to strengthen this conclusion : showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...candid examination of the evidence quite negatives the doc! trine maintained by some, that creeds are priestly inventions. Even as a mere question of probabilities...
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First principles of a new system of philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1872 - 566 pages
...but to strengthen this conclusion : showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...maintained by some, that creeds are priestly inventions. Even as a mere question of probabilities it cannot rationally be concluded that in every society, past...
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1873 - 566 pages
...but to strengthen this conclusion : showing as it docs a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...and yet allied, phenomena presented by all religions aro accidental or factitious, is an untenable supposition. A candid examination of the evidence quite...
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The relations of mind and brain

Henry Calderwood - 1879
...to strengthen this conclusion,—showing, as it does, a more or less independent genesis,—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...analogous results. That these countless different yet allied 1 Primitive Culture, vol. ip 426. 3 Ib. vol. ip 425. 6 First Principles, p. 13. 2 Ib. vol....
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy, Modern - 1882 - 592 pages
...but to strengthen this conclusion : showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...of thought, ending in analogous results. That these countlesa different, and yet allied, phenomena presented by all religion/! are accidental or factitious,...
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The relations of mind and brain

Henry Calderwood - 1884
...to strengthen this conclusion,—showing, as it does, a more or less independent genesis,—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...analogous results. That these countless different yet allied phenomena presented by all religions are accidental or factitious, is an untenable supposition....
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - Evolution - 1888 - 602 pages
...but to Htrengthen this conclusion : showing as it does a more or less independent genesis—showing how, in different places and times, like conditions...ending in analogous results. That these countless difiereiit, and yet allied, phenomena presented by all religion* are accidental or factitious, is an...
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