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" Derivation holds that every species changes in time, by virtue of inherent tendencies thereto. ' Natural Selection ' holds that no such change can take place without the influence of altered external circumstances. "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Page 52
1869
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1869
...pleasure To doubt the fairness were to want an eye ; To doubt the goodness were to want a heart ! ' Derivation ' holds that every species changes, in...external circumstances educing or selecting such change. itself, should be a purpose in creation, it would be absolutely fatal to it as a hypothesis. ' Natural...
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Methodist Review, Volume 52

1870
...accidentally, in any and every direction, but in pre-ordained, definite, and correlated courses. " Derivation " holds that every species changes, in...change can take place without the influence of altered circumstances educing or selecting such change. " Derivation " sees among the effects of the innate...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 22; Volume 30; Volume 52

Methodist Church - 1870
...accidentally, in any and every direction, but in pre-ordained, definite, and correlated courses. " Derivation " holds that every species changes, in...Natural Selection " holds that no such change can take placp without the influence of altered circumstances educing or selecting such change. " Derivation...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1870
...definite, and correlated courses." "'Derivation' holds that every species changes, in time, by virtne of inherent tendencies thereto. ' Natural Selection...change can take place without the influence of altered circumstances edui-ing or selecting such change. _ " ' Derivation ' sees among the effects of the innate...
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Man in Genesis and in Geology: Or, The Biblical Account of Man's Creation ...

Joseph Parrish Thompson - Bible and geology - 1870 - 149 pages
...purpose in each change affecting species leads Professor Owen to the hypothesis of Derivation — " that every species changes in time, by virtue of inherent tendencies thereto." This hypothesis " sees among the effects of the innate tendency to change, irrespective of altered...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 314 pages
...Owen in the last volume of his " Anatomy of Vertebrates," under the terra " derivation." He says : " " Derivation holds that every species changes in time,...the influence of altered external circumstances." ' Derivation ' sees among the effects of the innate tendency to change irrespective of altered circumstances,...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 314 pages
...Owen in the last volume of his "Anatomy of Vertebrates," under the term " derivation." He says : 2 " Derivation holds that every species changes in time,...thereto. ' Natural Selection ' holds that no such 1 Since the publication of the first edition of this hook, its author has become aware that similar...
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ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIES

ST. GEORGE MIVART - 1871
...Owen in the last volume of his " Anatomy of Vertebrates," under the term " derivation." He says : 10 " Derivation holds that every species changes in time, by virtue of inherent tendencies thereto. c Natural Selection' holds that no such change can take place without the influence of altered external...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 314 pages
...holds that no such change can take place without the influence of altered external circumstances." ' Derivation ' sees among the effects of the innate tendency to change irrespective of altered circumstances, a manifestation of creative power in the variety and beauty of the results ; and, in...
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An Exposition of Fallacies in the Hypothesis of Mr. Darwin

Charles Robert Bree - Bible and evolution - 1872 - 418 pages
...and thus sums up its difference from and superiority to the ' natural selection ' of Mr. Darwin : ' " Derivation " holds that every species changes in time,...selecting such change. '"Derivation" sees among the innate tendency to change, irrespective of altered surrounding circumstances, a .manifestation of creative...
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