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" The teleological and the mechanical views of nature are not, necessarily, mutually exclusive. On the contrary, the more purely a mechanist the speculator is, the more firmly does he assume a primordial molecular arrangement of which all the phenomena... "
Darwiniana: Essays - Page 112
by Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894 - 473 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 180

English literature - 1895
...are ' in no sense appurtenances ' of this great doctrine, and must be ' got rid of ; for, indeed, ' the more purely a mechanist the speculator is,' the...arrangement of which all the phenomena of the universe are consequences.' This corresponds to Paley's ' trains of mechanical dispositions fixed beforehand by...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 33

Bible - 1876
...(repnblished in Critiques and Addresses, pp. 305-308), in which he says, p. 307, " The Ideological nnd the mechanical views of nature are not, necessarily,...more purely a mechanist the speculator is, the more completely is he thereby at the whether the whole animal kingdom may not have descended in unbroken...
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Steps of Belief: Or, Rational Christianity Maintained ..., Volume 4, Issue 11

James Freeman Clarke - Apologetics - 1870 - 311 pages
...Professor Huxley, — in an article in " The Academy," Oct. 9th, 1869 — takes a similar view. He says, "The teleological and the mechanical views of nature...arrangement, of which all the phenomena of the universe are consequences; and the more completely is he thereby at the mercy of the teleologist, who can always...
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STEPS OF BELIEF

JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE - 1870
...firmly does he assume a primordial molecular arrangement, of which all the phenomena of the universe are consequences; and the more completely is he thereby...teleologist, who can always defy him to disprove that this arrangement was intended to evolve the phenomena of the universe." at as a vision of the Almighty....
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Old and New, Volume 2

Edward Everett Hale - History - 1870
...Hurley— in an article ID The Academy, Oct. 9, 1869 — takes a similar view. He says, " The Ideological and the mechanical views of nature are not, necessarily,...On the contrary, the more purely a mechanist " The argument resulting from all these arguments is therefore this: There arise in the human mind, by the...
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Old and New, Volume 2

Edward Everett Hale - 1870
...— in an artiele In The Academy, Oct. 9, 1S69 — takes a similar vlew. He says, " The Ideological and the mechanical views of nature are not, necessarily, mutually exclusive. On tho contrary, the more purely a mechanist " The argument resulting from all these arguments is therefore...
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ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIES

ST. GEORGE MIVART - 1871
...the doctrine of evolution, but is actually based upon the fundamental proposition of evolution." ..." The teleological and the mechanical views of Nature...universe are the consequences ; and the more completely thereby is he at the mercy of the teleologist, who can always defy him to disprove that this primordial...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Bible and evolution - 1871 - 314 pages
...evolution, but is actually based upon the fundamental proposition of evolution." .... "Theteleological and the mechanical views of nature are not- necessarily...universe are the consequences ; and the more completely thereby is he at the mercy of the teleologist, who can always defy him to disprove that this primordial...
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Steps of Belief: Or, Rational Christianity Maintained Against Atheism, Free ...

James Freeman Clarke - Unitarianism - 1871 - 311 pages
...in an article in " The Academy," Oct. 9th, 1869 — takes a similar view. He says, "The Ideological and the mechanical views of nature are not, necessarily,...arrangement, of which all the phenomena of the universe are consequences; and the more completely is he thereby at the mercy of the Ideologist, who can always...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 342 pages
...the doctrine of evolution, but is actually based upon the fundamental proposition of evolution." .... "The teleological and the mechanical views of nature are not necessarily mutually exclusive ; 011 the contrary, the more purely a mechanist the speculator is, the more firmly does he assume a...
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