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" In fact, the whole process of evolution is the manifestation of a Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man. As little in our day as in the days of Job can man by searching find this Power out. "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 9
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903
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Proceedings, Volume 29

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1875
...respect the conception of a volition beyond the domain of physics altogether. 2nd edition, p. 57 : " The whole process of evolution is the manifestation...Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man." The particular atom A, which should combine with the particular atom B, mast hare been strictly conditioned...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 4; Volume 14

Henry Woodward - Electronic journals - 1877
...that life can be developed save from demonstrable antecedent life." Further on he adds, " In fact, the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man." Darwin's tempting and beautiful theory of descent with modification bears a charm that appears to be...
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Volume 9

1875
...sphere of which it can have no cognizance. " The whole process of evolution," says Professor Tyndall, " is the manifestation of a power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man." This, in fact has been the position of philosophy in all ages. Reason has always perceived that it...
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The Sabbath school magazine, ed. by W. Keddie, Volumes 25-26

Glasgow sabbath school union - 1873
...Having read that part of Professor Tyndall's address bearing on materialism, and where it is said that the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man, and that as little in our days as in those of Job, could man, by searching, find this Power out, Dr....
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The Beginnings of Things, Or, Science Versus Theology: An Address by Prof ...

John Tyndall - Religion and science - 1874 - 72 pages
...determines the order of their successions, but the real nature of which we can never know. In fact, the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man. As little in our day as in the days of Job can man by searching find this power out. Considered fundamentally,...
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Abstracts of Papers Read Before the Society: Together with the Annual Report

Brighton and Hove Natural History and Philosophical Society, Brighton - Science - 1874
...experimental proof that life can lie developed save from demonstratable antecedent life," and that the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man. Darwin's tempting and beautiful theory of descent with modification bore a charm that appeared to be...
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The United Presbyterian magazine

1874
...There is even warrant for concluding that he does often, in thought, go further. In declaring that ' the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man,' he admits that in ' prolonging the vision backwards ' he does not discern very clearly, and yet it...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 5

Science - 1874
...determines the order of their succession, but the real nature of which we can never know.1 In fact, the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man. As little in our day as in the days of Job, can man, by searching, find this Power out. Considered...
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The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal ..., Volume 12

Microscopy - 1874
...' Examination of Hamilton,' p. 154. t ' Bestimmung dcs Menschcn.' which we can never know.* In fact the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...Power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man. As little in our day as in the days of Job can man by searching find this Power out. Considered fundamentally,...
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The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, Volume 2

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie - Unitarianism - 1874
..." in matter the promise and potency of every form and quality of life." He declares, indeed, that " the whole process of evolution is the manifestation...power absolutely inscrutable to the intellect of man," yet he favors the belief that the mystery is in matter and nowhere else as a subject of the knowing...
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