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Brain and Personality: Or, The Physical Relations of the Brain to the Mind - Page 80
by William Hanna Thomson - 1906 - 320 pages
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - Apes - 1863 - 159 pages
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth. A SUCCINCT HISTORY...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - Apes - 1873 - 184 pages
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth. A SUCCINCT HISTORY...
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Zoology

Alfred Newton - Zoology - 1874 - 128 pages
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his proper nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the Infinite Source of Truth." CHAPTER IV....
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A general view of the materialistic philosophy, ed. [really written] by J ...

James Hibbert - 1880
...wholly lost with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth." (P. 112) "...
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The World as the Subject of Redemption: Being an Attempt to Set Forth the ...

William Henry Fremantle - Bible - 1885 - 443 pages
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth. NOTE IX. THE...
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Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1886 - 339 pages
...every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain-top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the rntinite source of truth. .V SUCCINCT...
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Men and Women

James Platt - Husband and wife - 1890 - 208 pages
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth." I am content...
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The Evolution of Christianity

Lyman Abbott - Christianity - 1892 - 258 pages
...every individual life in other animals ; so that now he stands raised upon it, as on a mountain-top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting here and there a ray from the infinite source of truth." l I conclude,...
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Selected Works of Thomas H. Huxley, Volume 7

Science - 1874
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals; so that, now, he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows, and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth. III. ON SOME...
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Transactions of the American Dental Society of Europe

1901
...with the cessation of every individual life in other animals ; so that, now, he stands raised upon it as on a mountain top, far above the level of his humble fellows and transfigured from his grosser nature by reflecting, here and there, a ray from the infinite source of truth." Of the hand...
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