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" ... might be formed, — no shadow of reason can be assigned for the belief that variations, alike in nature and the result of the same general laws, which have been the groundwork through natural selection of the formation of the most perfectly adapted... "
Nature - Page 101
edited by - 1883
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Volume 37

Zoology - 1894
...the result of the same general laws which have formed the groundwork, through natural selection, for the formation of the most perfectly adapted animals in the world, man included, without intentional or specific guide." Yet, while he was willing to remain an agnostic, feeling that...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1889
...the result of the same general laws which have formed the groundwork, through natural selection, for the formation of the most perfectly adapted animals in the world, man included, without intentional or specific guide." Yet, while he was willing to remain an agnostic, feeling that...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 53

Literature - 1888
...can be assigned f, r the belief that variations, alike in nature and the result of the same gensn! laws, which have been the groundwork through natural...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided. However much we may wish it, we can hardly follow Professor Asa Gray in his belief that ' variation...
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The Journal of Science: 1868, Volume 5

Science - 1868
...fragment were not predetermined for the builder's sake, can it with any greater probability be maintained that He specially ordained for the sake of the breeder...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided. However much we may wish it, we can hardly follow Professor Asa Gray in his belief that ' variation...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 5

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1868
...fragment were not predetermined for the builder's sake, can it with any greater probability be maintained that He specially ordained for the sake of the breeder...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided. However much we may wish it, we can hardly follow Professor Asa Gray in his belief that ' variation...
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Nature, Volumes 16-70

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1877
...order that the greyhound, for instance, lhat perfect image of symmetry and vigour, might be lormed, — no shadow of reason can be assigned for the belief...hardly follow Prof. Asa Gray in his belief ' that variatim has been led along certain beneficial lines,' like a stream 'along definite and useful lines...
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On the Genesis of Species

St. George Jackson Mivart - Evolution - 1871 - 314 pages
...symmetry and vigour, might be formed, — no shadow of reason can be assigned for the belief that the variations, alike in nature, and the result of the...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided. However much we may wish it, we can hardly follow Professor Asa Gray in his belief that ' variation...
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Systematic Theology

Charles Hodge - Presbyterian Church - 1872
...vigour, might be formed, 1 Aihena ,.. London, September 17, 1870, p. 376. * July, 1860, p. 90. — no shadow of reason can be assigned for the belief...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided. However much we may wish it, we can hardly follow Professor Asa Gray in his belief ' that variation...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 21

Great Britain - 1873
...under domestication," he asserts, " No shadow of reason can be assigned for the belief that variations which have been the groundwork through natural selection...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided." The one expression in this passage against which I protest is, that man owes his formation...
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Darwinism and Design; Or, Creation by Evolution

George St. Clair - Electronic book - 1873 - 259 pages
...variations, alike in nature, and the result of the same general laws, which have been the ground- work through Natural Selection of the formation of the...world, man included, were intentionally and specially guided.1 Mr Wallace, in refuting the Duke of Argyll's view of creation by birth, adopts the same line...
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