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" ... exactly those best suited to the functions of the being. Hence we not only show intelligence evoking means adapted to the end; but, at successive times and periods, producing a change of mechanism adapted to a change in external conditions. Thus the... "
On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the M̲a̲m̲m̲a̲l̲i̲a̲ ... - 63 페이지
저자: Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
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The Popular lecturer [afterw.] Pitman's Popular lecturer (and reader ..., 4-6권

Henry Pitman
...producing a change of mechanism adapted to a change of external condition. Thus the highest generalisations in the science of organic bodies, like the Newtonian laws of universal matter, unequivocally demonstrate a Great First Cause which is certainly not mechanical. DOMESTIC GOTHIC. —...
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On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Being ...

Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
...the bat,—so variously formed to obey the behests of volition in denizens of different elements—in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial...is certainly not mechanical. Unfettered by narrow restrictions,—unchecked by the timid and unworthy fears of mistrustful minds, clinging, in regard...
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Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal, 13권

1859
...evoking means adapted to the end; but, at successive times and periods, producing a change of mechanisms adapted to a change in external conditions. Thus,...great first cause, which is certainly not mechanical. If I believed, to use the language of a gifted contemporary, that the imagination, the feelings, the...
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Archaia; or, Studies of the cosmogony and natural history of the Hebrew ...

John William Dawson (sir.) - 1860
...the Epicurean philosophy ; for we are able to demonstrate that the different epochs of the history of the earth were attended with corresponding changes...lead to the unequivocal conviction of a great First Canse, which is certainly not mechanical. Unfettered by narrow restrictions, — unchecked by the timid...
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Fraser's Magazine, 62권

1860
...still illustratingthe unchanging fundamental types, were, as far as we could comprehend their use, exactly those best suited to the functions of the...great First Cause, which is certainly not mechanical. FTC A SNOW PICNIC. IS it in the experience of any one living that a picnic has ever passed off as it...
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The American Presbyterian Review, 2권

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - 1860
...quiescent mind, as an all-pervading anima munili, but as an active and anticipating intelligence." " And thus the highest generalizations in the science of...the unequivocal conviction of a Great First Cause." Darwin's work on " The Origin of Species," is of course noticed in most of the Reviews, and so far...
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The Eclectic Review, 3권;111권

William Hendry Stowell - 1860
...times, has also manifested His power in times long anterior to the records of our existence. . . . And thus the highest generalizations in the science of...lead to the unequivocal conviction of a Great First Cause."t 0 " Ossemen's Fossiles,'1 4to, torn. 1 (1812), p. 58. THE GREAT ARMADA FIGHT. II. THE GREAT...
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Palaeontology Or a Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ...

Richard Owen - 1861 - 463 페이지
...comprehend their use, exactly those best suited to the functions of the being. Hence we not only shew intelligence evoking means adapted to the end ; but,...the Newtonian laws of universal matter, lead to the conviction of a great First Cause, which is certainly not mechanical. INDEX. ABBEVILLE DEPOSITS, 401....
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The Bibliotheca Sacra and Biblical Repository, 20권

1863
...successive times and periods producing a change of mechanism adapted to a change in external condition?. Thus the highest generalizations in the science of...First Cause, which is certainly not mechanical."* With still stronger emphasis does Agassi/ speak of tlie origin of animals. " All these beings," says...
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Notes, critical and explanatory, on the book of Genesis

Melancthon Williams Jacobus - 1865 - 304 페이지
...being. Hence we not only show intelligence evoking means adapted to the end, but at successive timea and periods producing a change of mechanism adapted...great first cause, which is certainly not mechanical.' " With still stronger emphasis does Agassiz speak of the original animals. ' All these beings," says...
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