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" Zoonomia' of my grandfather, in which similar views are maintained, but without producing any effect on me. Nevertheless it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained and praised may have favoured my upholding them under a... "
Life & Letters of Charles Darwin: Including an Autobiographical Chapter - Page 34
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 167

1888
...as, far as I can judge, without any effect on my mind. . . . Nevertheless it is probable thftt the hearing rather early in life such views maintained...under a different form in my " Origin of Species." ' There was then, at Edinburgh, a society of students, termed the Plinian Society, for reading and...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 44

Electronic journals - 1888
...given." But with his usual anxious candour he adds, "Nevertheless, it is probable that the hewing, rather early in life, such views maintained and praised, may have favoured my upholding them, in a different form, in my ' Origin of Species.' " (I, p. 38.) Erasmus Darwin was in fact an anticipator...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 176

1888
...views are maintained, but without producing any effect on me. Nevertheless it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained and praised may have favored my upholding them under a different form in my "Origin of Species." At this time I admired...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 48

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1888
...views are maintained, but without producing any effect on me. Nevertheless it is probable that the hearing, rather early in life, such views maintained and praised, may have favored my upholding them under a different form in my ' Origin of Species.' " He refers to his taste...
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Are the Effects of Use and Disuse Inherited?: An Examination of the View ...

William Platt Ball - Evolution - 1890 - 156 pages
...failed to convert him to a belief in evolution. 2 " Nevertheless," he says, " it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained...them under a different form in my Origin of Species "— a remark which refers to Lamarck's views on the general doctrine of evolution, but might also...
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Are the Effects of Use and Disuse Inherited?: An Examination of the View ...

William Platt Ball - Evolution - 1890 - 58 pages
...10, n.) ,p. 38. REDUCED WINGS OF BIRDS. 23 in life such views maintained and praised may have favored my upholding them under a different form in my " Origin of Species " — a remark which refers to Lamarck's views on the general doctrine of evolution, but might also...
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Darwin: His Work and Influence. A Lecture Delivered in the Hall of Christ's ...

1894 - 40 pages
...without producing any effect on me." But he is careful to add, " Nevertheless, it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained...them under a different form in my Origin of Species." Grant was much interested in marine zoology, and took Darwin with him on his excursions, and he dissected...
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Darwinianism: Workmen and Work

James Hutchison Stirling - Evolution - 1894 - 358 pages
...his with that idea here, and he cannot help the postscript : " Nevertheless it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained...favoured my upholding them under a different form in my Orvjin of Species.'' The claim here, " a different form " (which points to no more than the exception...
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Darwiniana: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - Evolution - 1894 - 473 pages
...the facts given." But with his usual anxious candour he adds, " Nevertheless, it is probable that the hearing, rather early in life, such views maintained...and praised, may have favoured my upholding them, in a different form, in my ' Origin of Species.' " (I., p. 38.) Erasmus Darwin was in fact an anticipator...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The life and letters of Charles Darwin... ed. by his ...

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - Science - 1896
...views are maintained, but without producing any effect on me. Nevertheless it is probable that the hearing rather early in life such views maintained...reading it a second time after an interval of ten or f1fteen years, I was much disappointed ; the proportion of speculation being so large to the facts...
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