Collected Essays: Darwiniana (Google eBook)

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Appleton, 1894 - Science
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Page 50 - by the outcry of the same strong party ? It is true that if philosophers have suffered, their cause has been amply avenged. Extinguished theologians lie about the cradle of every science as the strangled snakes beside that of Hercules ; and history records
Page 85 - varieties arise irrespectively of the notion of purpose, or of utility, according to general laws of Nature, and may be either useful, or hurtful, or indifferent." On the contrary, Mr. Darwin writes (Summary of Chap. V.) :— " Our ignorance of the laws of variation is profound. Not in one
Page 108 - 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 the higher
Page 302 - to another of the possible alternatives. There is little difference between the last edition of the " Origin " (1872) and the first on this head. In 1876, however, he writes to Moritz Wagner, " In my opinion, the greatest error which I have committed has been not allowing sufficient weight to the direct action of the
Page 46 - of some kind between the species which are crossed. Nor is it surprising that the facility of effecting a first cross, the fertility of hybrids produced from it, and the capacity of being grafted together—though this latter capacity evidently depends on widely
Page 188 - observateurs de notre tems, sont venues à mon secours, et m'ont fait admettre plus aisément, que l'animal, et toute autre substance organisée ne commence point lorsque nous le croyons, et que sa generation apparente n'est qu'une développement et une espèce d'augmentation. Aussi ai je remarqué que l'auteur de la Recherche de la
Page 285 - in 1877 which contains the following paragraph, confirmatory of the view expressed above : "When I was on board the ¿eagle, I believed in the permanence of species, but, as far as I can remember, vague doubts occasionally flitted across my mind. On my return home in
Page iv - Cloth, $2.50. Manual of the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals. Illustrated. 12010. Cloth, $2.50. Physiography : An Introduction to the Study of Nature. With Illustrations and Colored Plates. i2mo. Cloth, $2.50. New York : D. APPLETON & CO., 72 Fifth

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JSTOR: Science and Christian Tradition.
SCIENCE AND CHRISTIAN TRADITION. Essays by th Huxley (Vol. V. of the Collected Essays). London: Macmillan & Co., I894. I think that to most readers of this ...
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Preface V: Science and Christian Tradition
Science and Christian Tradition. Hodeslea, Eastbourne December 4th, 1893. [v] "For close upon forty years I have been writing with one purpose; ...
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Collected Essays, Volume V Science and Christian Tradition: Essays ...
COLLECTED ESSAYS; VOLUME V SCIENCE AND CHRISTIAN TRADITION BY THOMAS H. HUXLEY NEW YORK, D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, 1902 PREFACE "For close upon forty years I ...
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Science and Christian Tradition, Essays. Author: Huxley, Thomas Henry. Place of Publication: New York. Publication Date: 1896. Edition: ...
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A brief History of Secularism
As Huxley explained in his essay, "Agnosticism and Christianity," included in SCIENCE AND CHRISTIAN TRADITION, he had invented the word agnosticism in 1869 ...
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The Age of Reason (1794) / by Thomas Paine
[NOTE: Science and Christian Tradition24, p. 18 (Lon. ed., 1894).] Professor Huxley23 does not name Paine, evidently because he knows nothing about him. ...
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Science And Christian Tradition by Huxley, Thomas Henry L: English, Y: 1894, S: Religion and ... Science And Christian Tradition Essays by Thomas H. Huxley ...
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13, SIR rf JOHNSTON. Commissioner for Wei-hai- Wei 1927-30; and ...
[Cf. Huxley s Science and Christian Tradition (Eversley Series), pp. 210 scq., 240 seq,, d propos of Dr. Wace s observations on the "unpleasant ...
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