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" I have not a single case in which my correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one of some wonder whether nurture can do... "
Inquiries Into Human Faculty and Its Development - Page 240
by Francis Galton - 1883 - 387 pages
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12; Volume 92

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1875
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one [NovemI of some wonder whether nurture can do anything at all beyond giving instruction and professional...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 12

1875
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one 1875] [Xovember of some wonder whether nurture can do anything at all beyond giving instruction and...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 23; Volume 86

1876
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the...already been driven by the cases of similarity. In these, the causes of divergence began to act about the period of adult life, when the characters had...
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volume 5

Anthropology - 1876
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the...already been driven by the cases of similarity. In these, the causes o"f divergence began to act about the period of adult life, when the characters had...
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The Journal of the Anthropological institute, Volume 5

1876
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the...already been driven by the cases of similarity. In these, the causes of divergence began to act about the period of adult life, when the characters had...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 26

1877
...the present time, and were never separated till the age of fifteen." " The impression that all. this leaves on the mind, is one of some wonder whether...and goes far beyond the conclusions to which we had been driven by the cases of similarity." " There is no escape from the conclusion that nature prevails...
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The Midland Naturalist: The Journal of the "Midland Union of ..., Volumes 11-12

Edward W. Badger, William Hillhouse - Natural history - 1888
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one of wonder whether nurture can do anything at all beyond giving instruction and professional training."...
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Essays Upon Heredity and Kindred Biological Problems, Volume 1

August Weismann, Sir Edward Bagnall Poulton, Selmar Schöland, Sir Arthur Everett Shipley - Evolution (Biology) - 1889
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one of wonder whether nurture can do anything at all, beyond giving instruction and professional training.'...
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Animal Life and Intelligence

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - Animal behavior - 1891 - 512 pages
...speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture." " The impression that all this evidence leaves on the...beyond giving instruction and professional training." " There is no escape from the conclusion that nature prevails enormously over nurture where the differences...
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Essays Upon Heredity and Kindred Biological Problems, Volume 1

August Weismann - Biology - 1891 - 471 pages
...correspondents speak of originally dissimilar characters having become assimilated through identity of nurture. The impression that all this evidence leaves on the mind is one of wonder whether nurture can do anything at all, beyond giving instruction and professional training.'...
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