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" Man is man only by means of speech ; but, in order to invent speech, he must be already man. "
The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man - 466 페이지
저자: Sir Charles Lyell - 1863 - 528 페이지
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Education of Deaf and Dumb

1834
...human understanding." So far we can readily agree with him. But when the great philosopher adds : " Man is man only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech he must be already man," he must either mean by speech (as we often mean by language,) any possible means of communicating ideas,...
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The English Language in Its Elements and Forms: With a History of Its Origin ...

William Chauncey Fowler - 1851 - 659 페이지
...There could be no invention of language unless its type already existed in the human understanding. Man is man only by means of speech ; but, in order to invent speech, he must be already man." We can, at least, safely assert that language is natural to man, inasmuch as he is capable of articulate...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra and American Biblical Repository, 12권

1855
...human understanding." So far we can readily agree with him. But when the great philosopher adds : " Man is man only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech he must be already man," he must either mean by speech (as we often mean by language), any possible means of communicating ideas,...
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The new Cratylus: or, Contributions towards a more accurate knowledge of the ...

John William Donaldson - 1859 - 739 페이지
...belief in a gradual formation of speech may appear, the invention of it could only happen at once. Man is man only by means of speech ; but in order to invent speech be must be already man." f See Dr. Prichard's Researches into the Physical History of Mankind, and...
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The New Cratylus: Or, Contributions Towards a More Accurate Knowledge of the ...

John William Donaldson - 1859 - 739 페이지
...belief in a gradual formation of speech may appear, the invention of it could only happen at once. Man is man only by means of speech ; but in order to invent ipeech he must be already man." t See Dr. Prichard's Researches into the Physical History of Mankind,...
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Inspiration and interpretation

1861
...In fine, from what has been said, we are enabled easily to explain the paradox, that " Mauf is mau only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech he must be already man." * The Science of Language. By Professor Max Miiller. Third Edition, p. 351. " Let there be light, and...
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Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilisation in the Old and ...

Sir Daniel Wilson - 1862
...could be no invention of Ian- A' guage, unless its type already existed in the human understanding. Man is man only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech, he must be already man." It is only by conceiving an inevitable relation between the innate faculties or intellectual instincts...
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Prehistoric man, researches into the origin of civilisation, 1권

sir Daniel Wilson - 1862
...There could be no invention of language, unless its type already existed in the human understanding. Man is man only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech, he must be already man." It is only by conceiving an inevitable relation between the innate faculties or intellectual instincts...
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Teeth, Their Natural History: With the Physiology of the Human Mouth in ...

Ephraim Mosely - 1862 - 56 페이지
...of love, of delight of maternity, of infantine ecstacy, and of affection! Baron Von Humboldt says, "Man is man only by means of speech, but in order to invent speech, he must be already man." "Language also, like amber, embalms and preserves the relics of ancient wisdom." Homer, through his...
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Discourses and Essays

William Greenough Thayer Shedd - 1862 - 324 페이지
...§§ 1, 2. There could be no invention of language unless its type already existed in the human mind. Man is man only by means of speech ; but in order to invent speech he must be already man." In these extracts it is asserted that language is an organic product of which thought is the organizing...
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