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" For this reason, and for no other, viz, that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover in the stone) that its several parts are framed and put together for a purpose, eg that they are so formed and adjusted as to produce... "
The Shrewsbury Edition of the Works of Samuel Butler: Evolution, old and new - Page 10
by Samuel Butler - 1924
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The Emergence of Life: From Chemical Origins to Synthetic Biology

Pier Luigi Luisi - Science - 2006
...the image of the watchmaker (Paley, 1802): . . . when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive . . . that its several parts are framed and put together...parts had been differently shaped from what they are, or placed after any other manner or in any other order than that in which they are placed, either no...
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Christian Belief: A Short History for Today

Gillian Rosemary Evans - Religion - 2006 - 230 pages
...would be hard put to it to dismiss its existence as an accident or chance. When we come to inspect the watch we perceive - what we could not discover...motion so regulated as to point out the hour of the day.'0 It is not necessary for the rational observer to be able to penetrate far into the mechanics...
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The Book of God: Secularization and Design in the Romantic Era

Colin Jager - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 274 pages
...well as for the stone? . . . For this reason, and for no other, vi/.. that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive (what we could not discover...parts are framed and put together for a purpose." "Suppose that you're walking along a beach and you come upon a curious sequence of squiggles in the...
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Not in Our Classrooms: Why Intelligent Design is Wrong for Our Schools

Eugenie Carol Scott, Glenn Branch - Education - 2006 - 171 pages
...second case as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, namely, that when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive — what we could not discover in the stone — that its several parts are jramed and put together for a purpose ... the inference we think is inevitable, that the watch must...
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A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, and the Modern Quest for a Code of ...

Tom Siegfried - Science - 2006 - 272 pages
...nothing like a rock. The watch's parts are clearly "put together for a purpose," adjusted to produce "motion so regulated as to point out the hour of the day." The inevitable inference, Paley concluded, was "the watch must have a maker . . . who comprehended...
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The Panda's Black Box: Opening Up the Intelligent Design Controversy

Nathaniel C. Comfort - History - 2007 - 165 pages
...second case as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, namely, that when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive — what we could not discover...hour of the day; that if the different parts had been shaped different from what they are, or placed after any other manner or in any other order than that...
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Before Darwin: Reconciling God and Nature

Keith Stewart Thomson - Religion - 2007 - 314 pages
...watch, as well as for the stone? ... For this reason, and no other, viz. that, when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive, (what we could not discover...as to point out the hour of the day; that, if the several parts had been differently shaped from what they are, of a different size from what they are,...
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Why We Lie: The Evolutionary Roots of Deception and the Unconscious Mind

David Livingstone Smith - Psychology - 2007 - 256 pages
...For this reason, and for no other, viz.. that when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive . . . that its several parts are framed and put together for a purpose. . . . This mechanism being observed . . . the inference we think is inevitable, that the watch must...
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Back To Darwin: A Richer Account of Evolution

John B. Cobb - Religion - 2008 - 434 pages
...second case as in the first? For this reason, and for no other, namely, that when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive — what we could not discover...parts had been differently shaped from what they are, or placed after any other manner or in any other order than that in which they are placed, either no...
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Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution

Michael J. Behe - Science - 1996 - 307 pages
...that when we come to inspect the watch, we perceive—what we could not discover in the stone—that its several parts are framed and put together for...parts had been differently shaped from what they are, or placed after any other manner or in any other order than that in which they are placed, either no...
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