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" Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ; ' but no such society could have devised what the mind of man produced, left to itself in the steppes of Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive... "
Brain and Personality: Or, The Physical Relations of the Brain to the Mind - Page 83
by William Hanna Thomson - 1906 - 320 pages
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Suggestions for the assistance of officers in learning the languages of the ...

Friedrich Max Müller - Language and languages - 1854 - 134 pages
...Orientalist remarked " we might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ;" but no such society could...of man produced, left to itself in the steppes of Tatary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the...
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The Languages of the Seat of War in the East: With a Survey of the Three ...

Friedrich Max Müller - Altaic languages - 1855 - 150 pages
...Orientalist remarked "we might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men;" but no such society could...of man produced, left to itself in the steppes of Tatary, and guided by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm...
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Lectures on the science of language, delivered at the Royal ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1861
...orientalist remarked " we might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ; " but no such society could...of man produced, left to itself in the steppes of Tatary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the...
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Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1862
...orientalist remarked " we might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ; " but no such society could...of man produced, left to itself in the steppes of Tatary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the...
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Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1864 - 432 pages
...orientalist remarked, 'We might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ; ' but no such society could...Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm of nature. Let us examine a few forms. ' To...
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A Sketch of the Turki Language as Spoken in Eastern Turkistan (Kashgar and ...

Robert Shaw - Uighur language - 1878
...eminent orientalist remarked : ' We might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some society of learned men' ; but no such society could...Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm of nature" — Max. Miiller " Lectures on the...
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Universe of Language, Uniform Notation and Classification of Vowels: Adapted ...

George Watson (of Boston.) - Language and languages - 1878 - 344 pages
...deliberations of some eminent society of learned men ;' but no such society could have devised ichat the mind of man produced, left to itself in the steppes...Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as loonderful as any within the realm of nature." The last mentioned tongue is connected...
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Natural Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before the University of ...

Friedrich Max Müller - Language and languages - 1889 - 608 pages
...Orientalist remarked, ' We might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men;' but no such society could...Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm of nature. Finno-TTgxic Class. We now proceed...
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The Science of Language: Founded on Lectures Delivered at the ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1891
...orientalist remarked, ' We might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men.' But no such society could...of Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or J?y an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm of nature. Let us examine a few forms....
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The Science of Language, Founded on Lectures Delivered at the ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1899
...orientalist remarked, ' We might imagine Turkish to be the result of the deliberations of some eminent society of learned men.' But no such society could...Tartary, and guided only by its innate laws, or by an instinctive power as wonderful as any within the realm of nature. Let us examine a few forms. ' To...
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