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Illustrations of Universal Progress: A Series of Discussions - Page 300
by Herbert Spencer - 1867 - 451 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 45

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1858
...man can put together a machine ; but he can not make a machine develop itself. The ingenious artisan, able as some have been, so far to imitate vitality...complete man might be artificially produced ; but he is totally unable to conceive hovr such a complex organism gradually arises out of a minute structureless...
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A Treatise on Theism, and on the Modern Skeptical Theories

Francis Wharton - Skepticism - 1859 - 395 pages
...artisan, able as some have been so far to imitate vitality as "to produce a mechanical piano-forte player, may in some sort conceive how, by greater skill, a...complete man might be artificially produced; but he is totally unable to conceive how such a complex organism gradually arises out of a minute structureless...
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Essays--scientific, Political and Speculative, Volume 2

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1864
...their anomalous specific gravities, and at the same time reconcile various seemingly contradictory facts. Once more, it turns out that what is d priori...present organized state, is a far more astonishing fact than would have been its formation after the artificial method vulgarly supposed. Those who hold...
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Essays: Scientific, Political, and Speculative. (Second series)

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1864 - 362 pages
...their anomalous specific gravities, and at the same time reconcile various seemingly contradictory facts. Once more, it turns out that what is d priori...present organized state, is a far more astonishing fact than would have been its formation after the artificial method vulgarly supposed. Those who hold...
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Essays: Scientific, Political and Speculative

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1868
...the Nebular Hypothesis, the leading phenomena of the Solar System, and the heavens in general, #re explicable ; and when, on the other hand, we consider...present organized state, is a far more astonishing fact than would have been its formation after the artificial method vulgarly supposed. Those who hold...
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English Psychology: Hartley - James Mill - Herbert Spencer - A. Bain - G.H ...

Théodule Ribot - Psychology - 1873 - 328 pages
...by evolution. A man may put together a machine, but he cannot make a machine develop itself. . . . That our harmonious universe once existed potentially...present organized state, is a far more astonishing fact than would have been its formation after the artificial method vulgarly supposed. Those who hold...
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FABLES OF INFIDELITY AND FACTS OF FAITH

ROBERT PATTERSON - 1875
...artisan, able as some have been, so far to imitate vitality as to produce a mechanical piano-forte player, may in some sort conceive how, by greater skill, a complete man might be artificially produced, but h is unable to conceive how such a complex organism gradually arises out of a minute, structureless...
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Fables of infidelity and facts of faith: being an examination of the ...

Robert Patterson, Western Tract Society - Apologetics - 1875 - 528 pages
...artisan, able as some have been, so far to imitate vitality as to produce a mechanical piano-forte player, may in some sort conceive how, by greater skill, a complete man might he artificially produced; but he is unable to conceive how such a complex organism gradually arises...
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The Philosophy of Necessity: Or, Law in Mind as in Matter

Charles Bray - Cooperation - 1889 - 407 pages
...man can put together a machine ; but he cannot make a machine develop itself. The ingenious artisan, able as some have been, so far to imitate vitality...complete man might be artificially produced ; but he is totally unable to conceive how such a complex organism gradually arises out of a minute structureless...
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The Dublin Review

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1890
...creation by evolution. A man can put together a machine, but he cannot make a machine develop itself. That our harmonious universe once existed potentially...grown into its present organized state, is a far more astonishingfact than would have been its formation after the artificial method vulgarly supposed. Those...
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