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" ... as the unscientific are apt to suppose), and trials of the new views, to see how far they will explain the problems or collocate the facts they are severally dealing with, are what have mainly influenced working naturalists in the direction of the... "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page ccxlvii
by Academy of Science of St. Louis - 1878
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The Penn Monthly, Volume 7

1876
...influenced working naturalists in the direction of the provisional acceptance of the derivative hypothesis. They leave to polemical speculators the fruitless...but less and less like them the farther back we go." In this same paper, certain fierce opposers of Darwinism are thus quieted: "Those defenders of the...
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DARWINIANA: ESSAYS AND REVIEWS PERTAINING TO DARWINISM

ASA GRAY - 1876
...influenced working naturalists in the direction of the provisional acceptance of the derivative hypothesis. They leave to polemical speculators the fruitless...not by the farther end, and to ascertain, first of al! 3 whether it is probable or provable that present species are descendants of former ones which...
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Address Before the St. Louis Academy of Science: At Its Annual Meeting for 1877

Charles Valentine Riley - 1877 - 16 pages
...done good service in bringing together his various essays on Darwinism under the title of Dariuiniana. Always interesting and enjoyable, Professor Gray tells...but less and less like them the farther back we go." GEOGRAPHICAL. Explorations in many unexplored or little known parts of the world have been carried...
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Darwiniana: Essays and Reviews Pertaining to Darwinism

Asa Gray - Evolution - 1878 - 396 pages
...influenced working naturalists in the direction of the provisional acceptance of the derivative hypothesis. They leave to polemical speculators the fruitless...but less and less like them the farther back we go. And it is worth noting that they all seem to be utterly unconscious of wrong-doing. Their repugnance...
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