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The ambitious soul sits down before each refractory fact; one after another
reduces all strange constitutions, all new powers, to their class and their law, and
goes on forever to animate the last fibre of organization, the outskirts of nature, ...
But then Nature begins to resist this with all possible means, and her most visible
protest consists either in refusing further capacity for propagation to bastards or in
limiting the fertility of later offspring; in most cases, however, she takes away ...
No more than Nature desires the mating of weaker with stronger individuals,
even less does she desire the blending of a higher with a lower race, since, if she
did, her whole work of higher breeding, over perhaps hundreds of thousands of ...
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THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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