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Life Theories: Their Influence Upon Religious Thought - Page 27
by Lionel Smith Beale - 1871 - 97 pages
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The Nation, Volume 13

1871
...natural evolution is " that not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanixm of the human body, but that the human mind itself — emotion, intellect,...phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud"; and intimates that " at the present moment all our philosophy, all our poetry, all our science, and...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 27

Robert Hall Baynes
...may add another utterance from the same source. " The human mind itself — emotion, intellect, and will, and all their phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud." That this atheistic evolutionism stands in direct contradiction to Christianity needs not be said....
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Essays on the Use and Limit of the Imagination in Science

John Tyndall - Imagination - 1870 - 72 pages
...forms of the horse and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but that the human mind itself — emotion, intellect,...their phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud. Surely the mere statement of such a notion is more than a refutation. But the hypothesis would probably...
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Essays on the Use and Limit of the Imagination in Science

John Tyndall - Imagination - 1870 - 72 pages
...the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but that the human mind itself—emotion, intellect, will, and all their phenomena— were once latent in a fiery cloud. Surely the mere statement of such a notion is more than a refutation. But the hypothesis would probably...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - Anthropology - 1871 - 358 pages
...forms of the horse and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but that the human mind itself — emotion, intellect,...phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud;" or "whether, having waited until the proper conditions had set in, the fiat went forth, Let Life be,"...
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Half Hours with Modern Scientists, Volume 1

Science - 1871 - 288 pages
...forms of the horse and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but that the human mind itself — emotion, intellect,...their phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud. Surely the mere statement of such a motion is more than a refutation. But the typothesis would probably...
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Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays ...

John Tyndall - Chemistry - 1871 - 422 pages
...forms of the horse and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but that the human mind itself — emotion, intellect,...all their phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloudy Surely the mere statement of such a notion is more than a refutation./But the hypothesis would...
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Nature, Volume 4

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1871
...forms of the horse and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but the human mind itself— emotion, intellect, will,...their phenomena — were once latent in a fiery cloud. But the hypothesis will probably go even further than this. Many who held it would probably assent...
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Nature, Volume 4

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1871
...forms of the hoise and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but the human mind itself— emotion, intellect, will, and all their phenomena— were once latent in a hery cloud. But the hypothesis will probably go even further than this. Many who held it would probably...
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Nature, Volume 4

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1871
...forms of the hoise and lion, not alone the exquisite and wonderful mechanism of the human body, but the human mind itself— emotion, intellect, will, and all their phenomena— were once latent in a hery cloud. But the hypothesis will probably go even further than this. Many who held it would probably...
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