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" Without asserting that every part of the theory had been confirmed, he maintained that it was the best explanation of the origin of species which had yet been offered. With regard to the psychological distinction between man and animals; man himself was... "
The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist - Page 403
1860
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 12

Science - 1860
...psychological distinction between man and animals, man himself was once a monad — a mere atom ; and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...rigid system of artificial selection. — Admiral Fitzroy regretted the publication of Mr Darwin's book, and denied Professor Huxley's statement, that...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1861
...psychological distinction between man and animals, man himself was once a monad — a mere atom ; and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...of the production of forms which became permanent. Thns the short-legged sheep of America were not produced gradually, but originated in the birth of...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Thomas Henry Huxley, Leonard Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...psychological distinction between men and animals, man himself was once a monad — a mere atom, and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...permanent. Thus the short-legged sheep of America was not produced gradually, but originated in the birth of an original parent of the whole stock, which...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 1

Leonard Huxley, Thomas Henry Huxley - Naturalists - 1900
...psychological distinction between men and animals, man himself was once a monad — a mere atom, and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...permanent. Thus the short-legged sheep of America was not produced gradually, but originated in the birth of an original parent of the whole stock, which...
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Science and Religion in the 19th Century

Cosslett - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 249 pages
...psychological distinction between men and animals, man himself was once a monad - a mere atom, and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...permanent. Thus the short-legged sheep of America was not produced gradually, but originated in the birth of an original parent of the whole stock, which...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin:, Volume 8; Volume 1860

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt - Science - 1993 - 824 pages
...psychological distinction between man and animals; man himself was once a monad — a mere atom, and nobody could say at what moment in the history of his development...rigid system of artificial selection. — Admiral FITZROY regretted the publication of Mr. Darwin's book, and denied Prof. Huxley's statement, that it...
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