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" ... by art, seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by nature, in the formation of varieties of mankind, fitted for the country which they inhabit. "
The History of Creation, Or, the Development of the Earth and Its ... - Page 174
by Ernst Haeckel - 1892
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement ..., Volumes 25-26

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1877
...domesticated animals, he says: "But what is here done by art seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by Nature, in the formation of varieties of mankind fitted for the counhy which they inhabit." These sentences have such a Darwinian sound that, when we remember they...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1877
...domesticated animals, he says : " But what is here done by art seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by Nature, in the formation of...mankind fitted for the country which they inhabit." These sentences have such a Darwinian sound that, when we remember they were dragged from obscurity...
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The Art of Scientific Discovery: Or, The General Conditions and Methods of ...

George Gore - Recherche - 1878 - 648 pages
...stock, and he remarks that what is thus effected by art seems to be done with equal efficiency, though slowly, by nature, in the formation of varieties of...the accidental varieties of man which would occur amongst the first few and scattered inhabitants of the middle regions of Africa, some one would be...
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The Art of Scientific Discovery: Or, The General Conditions and Methods of ...

George Gore - Chimie, Découvertes - 1878 - 648 pages
...stock, and he remarks that what is thus- effected by art seems to be done with equal efficiency, though slowly, by nature, in the formation of varieties of...the accidental varieties of man which would occur amongst the first few and scattered inhabitants of the middle regions of Africa, some one would be...
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Natural Science and Religion: Two Lectures Delivered to the Theological ...

Asa Gray - Natural history - 1880 - 111 pages
...agriculturists improve domesticated animals by selection. What is thus done by art is done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by Nature, in the formation of...mankind, fitted for the country which they inhabit, and in this way: Negroes and mulattoes enjoy immunity from certain tropical diseases, and white men...
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Natural science and religion, 2 lectures

Asa Gray - 1880
...agriculturists improve domesticated animals by selection. What is thus done by art is done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by Nature, in the formation of...mankind, fitted for the country which they inhabit, and in this way : Negroes and mulattoes enjoy immunity from certain tropical diseases, and white men...
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Natural Science and Religion: Two Lectures

Asa Gray - Natural history - 1880 - 111 pages
...domesticated animals by selection. What is thus done by art is done with equal efficacy, though moro slowly, by Nature, in the formation of varieties of...mankind, fitted for the country which they inhabit, and in this way: Negroes and mulattocs enjoy immunity from certain tropical diseases, and white men...
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Life of Charles Darwin

George Thomas Bettany - Evolution - 1887 - 175 pages
...agriculturists improve breeds by selection; and that what they do by art "seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by nature, in the formation of varieties of mankind." He then goes on to exemplify the survival of the fittest, though in other words. Mr. Patrick Matthew,...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1889 - 615 pages
...artificial selection, seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by nature INTRODUCTION. i* in the formation of varieties of mankind fitted for the country which they inhabit ; and proceeded to exemplify its working with much success. But this does not interfere with Darwin's...
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Beacon Lights of History: The new era : a supplementary volume

John Lord - History - 1902
...selection. He added that what is done in the latter case by art seems to be done with equal efficacy, though more slowly, by nature in the formation of varieties of mankind fitted for the countries which they inhabit. Again in 1831 Mr. Patrick Matthew published a work on " Naval Timber...
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