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" service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr. Darwin is the reconciliation of Teleology and Morphology, and the explanation of the facts of both which his views offer. The Teleology which supposes that the eye, such as we see it in man or one of... "
Collected Essays: Darwiniana - Page 108
by Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894
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Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or ..., Volume 3

Religion and science - 1868
...proposition of Evolution " or Darwinism ; and in the same article Professor Huxley goes on to say :— " The Teleology, which supposes that the eye, such as we see it in man or one of the higher Vertelrata, was made with the precise structure which it exhibits,/*?/ the purpose of enabling the...
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CRITIQUES AND ADDRESSES.

THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY, LL.D., F.R.S. - 1873
...formidable opponent of all the commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But perhaps the most remarkable service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr....eye, such as we see it in man or one of the higher Vertebrata, was made with the precise structure which it exhibits, for the purpose of enabling the...
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Critiques and Addresses

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1873 - 350 pages
...formidable opponent of all the commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But perhaps the most remarkable service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr....eye, such as we see it in man or one of the higher Vertebrata, was made with the precise structure which it exhibits, for the purpose of enabling the...
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Darwinism and Design; Or, Creation by Evolution

George St. Clair - Evolution - 1873 - 259 pages
...life, there was the more wisdom in making them subserve a further purpose. Professor Huxley says, that the teleology which supposes that the eye, such as we see it in t Man or one of the higher Vertefirata, was made with the precise structure which it exhibits, for...
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The two blasphemies, 5 sermons

1874
...formidable opponent of all the commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But, perhaps the most remarkable service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr....explanation of the facts of both, which his views afford. " The Teleology which supposes that the eye such as we see it in man, or one of the highest...
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WHAT IS DARWINISM ?(1874)

CHARLES HODGE - 1874
...the most formidable of all the commoner and coarser forms of teleology. Perhaps the most remarkable service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr....and the explanation of the facts of both which his view" offers. " The teleology which supposes that the eye, Professor Huxley goes on in the next paragraph...
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What is Darwinism?

Charles Hodge - Evolution - 1874 - 178 pages
...the most formidable of all the commoner and coarser forms of teleology. Perhaps the most remarkable service to the philosophy of Biology rendered by Mr....and the explanation of the facts of both which his view offers. " The teleology which supposes that the eye, Professor Huxley goes on in the next paragraph...
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The philosophy of natural theology, an essay which obtained a prize at ...

1874
...commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But perhaps the most remarkable service to the Iphilosophy of Biology rendered by Mr. Darwin is the reconciliation...explanation of the facts of both which his views offer." Now, such being the state of facts, we may refuse to say with Huxley that the following question (asked...
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The Philosophy of Natural Theology: An Essay in Confutation of the ...

Natural theology - 1875 - 398 pages
...formidable opponent of all the commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But perhaps the most remarkable service to the 'philosophy of Biology rendered by...explanation of the facts of both which his views offer." Now, such being the state of facts, we may refuse to say with Huxley that the following question (asked...
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THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURAL THEOLOGY

WILLIAN JACKSON M.A. - 1875
...formidable opponent of all the commoner and coarser forms of Teleology. But perhaps the most remarkable service to the 'philosophy of Biology rendered by...explanation of the facts of both which his views offer." Now, such being the state of facts, we may refuse to say with Huxley that the following question (asked...
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