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Evolution, Old and New: Or, The Theories of Buffon - Page 8
by Samuel Butler - 1879 - 384 pages
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Nature, Volume 50

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1894
...the fittest might survive] and that it did not sufficiently take into account a continually gui ding and controlling intelligence. This seems to me a most valuable and instructive criticism." Eliminating the slightly anthropomorphic mode of expression from one sentence of this quotation, it...
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Nature, Volume 4

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1871
...however, some reservation in respect to the origin of man, objected to the docirine of natural selection, that it was too like the Laputan method of making...greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological speculations. Reaction against the frivolities of teleology, such as are to be found, not rarely, in...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 11

Congregationalism - 1871
...to the origin of man, objected to the doctrine of natural selection that it was too like the Laputun method of making books, and that it did not sufficiently...feel profoundly convinced that the argument of design lias been greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological speculations. Reaction against the frivolities...
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1871
...however, some reservation in respect to the origin of man, objected to the doctrine of natural selection, that it was too like the Laputan method of making books, and that it did not suffiMeiitlv take into account a continually guiding and controlling intelligence. This seems to me...
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THE CANADIAN NATURALIST

- 1872
...however, some reservation in respect to the origin of man, objected to the doctrine of natural selection, that it was too like the Laputan method of making...greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological speculations. Reaction against the frivolities of teleology, such as are to be found, not rarely, in...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1872
...however, some reservation in respect to the origin of man), objected to the doctrine of natural selection, that it was too like the Laputan method of making...feel profoundly convinced that the argument of design hns been greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological speculalions, llcaction against the frivolities...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

Science - 1872
...to the origin of man, objected to the doctrine of natural selection that it was too like the Lnputan method of making books, and that it did not sufficiently...a most valuable and instructive criticism. I feel convinced that the argument of design has been greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological...
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The Ingham Lectures: A Course of Lectures on the Evidences of Natural and ...

William A. Ingham - Apologetics - 1872 - 365 pages
...through all space and through all time, that life proceeds from life, and from nothing but life.* " I feel profoundly convinced that the argument of design has been greatly too much lost sight of in •In the inaugural address here referred to, after an immense array of facts and experiments, all...
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Darwinism and Design; Or, Creation by Evolution

George St. Clair - Evolution - 1873 - 259 pages
...EVOLUTION. BY GEORGE ST CLAIR, FGS, MAI, ETC. LONDON: HO.DDBR AND STOUGHTON, PATERNOSTER ROW. /fa. i 1873. " I feel profoundly convinced that the argument of Design...greatly too much lost sight of in recent zoological speculations."—Sir W. THOMSON: Address to Brit. Assoc., 1871. '* It is necessary to remember that...
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THE INGHAM LECTURES: A COURSE OF LECTURES ON THE EVIDENCES OF NATURAL AND ...

1873
...through all space and through all time, that life proceeds from life, and from nothing but life.* " I feel profoundly convinced that the argument of design has been greatly too much lost sight of in * In the inaugural address here referred to, after an immense array of facts and experiments, all pointing...
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