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" So far as cerebral structure goes, therefore, it is clear that Man differs less from the Chimpanzee or the Orang, than these do even from the Monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant, when... "
Brain and Personality: Or, The Physical Relations of the Brain to the Mind - Page 78
by William Hanna Thomson - 1906 - 320 pages
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 1

Anthropology - 1863
...Chimpanzee or the Orang, than these do even from the Monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant,...between the Chimpanzee brain and that of a Lemur. " It must not be overlooked, however, that there is a very striking difference in absolute mass and...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - Apes - 1863 - 159 pages
...as cerebral structure goes, therefore, it is clear that Man differs less from the Chimpanzee or the Orang, than these do even from the Monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant, when compared with that between the Chimpanzee...
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The Anthropological Review, Volume 1

Anthropology - 1863
...as cerebral structure goes, therefore, it is clear that Man differs less from the Chimpanzee or the Orang, than these do even from the Monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant, when compared with that between the Chimpanzee...
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Christian certainty

Samuel Wainwright - Apologetics - 1865 - 492 pages
...we are told as to cerebral structure, " it is clear that man differs less from the chimpanzee or the orang, than these do even from the monkeys ; and that the difference between the brains of the chimpanzee and of man is almost insignificant, when compared with that between the chimpanzee...
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Analysis of Darwin, Huxley and Lyell, Being a Critical Examination of the ...

Henry A. DuBois - Human beings - 1866 - 94 pages
...the human brain. So far as cerebral structure goes, he says, " that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant,...between the Chimpanzee brain and that of a Lemur.*" This we may consider as true, since these animals, though embraced in the same Order, are almost as...
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The American Quarterly Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register, Volume 17

1866
...the human brain. So far as cerebral structure goes, he says, " that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant,...with that between the Chimpanzee brain and that of a Lemur.0" This we may consider as true, since these animals, though embraced in the same Order, are...
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Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature

Thomas Henry Huxley - Apes - 1873 - 184 pages
...as cerebral structure goes, therefore, it is clear that Man differs less from the Chimpanzee or the Orang, than these do even from the Monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of Man is almost insignificant, when compared with that between the Chimpanzee...
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The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1874 - 705 pages
...Edinburgh,' " ' Man's Place in Nature,' p. 102. 1865-6. •• differs less from the chimpanzee or tho orang, than these do even " from the monkeys, and that the difference between tlie brain of the •' chimpanzee and of man is almost insignificant, when compared with " that l>etween...
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The Relations of Mind and Brain

Henry Calderwood - Brain - 1879 - 455 pages
...Chimpanzee or the Orang than these do even from the monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of man is almost insignificant...between the Chimpanzee brain and that of a lemur. It must not be overlooked, however, that there is a very striking difference in absolute mass and weight...
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The Relations of Mind and Brain

Henry Calderwood - Brain - 1879 - 455 pages
...: " So far as cerebral structure goes, it is clear that man differs less from the Chimpanzee or the Orang than these do even from the monkeys, and that the difference between the brains of the Chimpanzee and of man is almost insignificant when compared with that between the Chimpanzee...
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