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" ... what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight and calculation for analogous uses, save in their greater complexity, in their perfection, and in the unity and simplicity of the elements which... "
Palaeontology: Or, A Systematic Summary of Extinct Animals and Their ... - 450 페이지
저자: Richard Owen - 1861 - 420 페이지
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The Popular lecturer [afterw.] Pitman's Popular lecturer (and reader ..., 4-6권

Henry Pitman
...volition in denizens of different elements — in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight and calculation for analogous uses, save in their grerter perfection, and in the unity and simplicity which are modified to constitute those several...
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On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the M̲a̲m̲m̲a̲l̲i̲a̲ ...

Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
...volition in denizens of different elements — in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...subservient to an end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are compelled to regard the Great Cause of all, not like certain philosophic...
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On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Being ...

Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
...volition in denizens of different elements—in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...subservient to an end, but that' end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are compelled to regard the Great Cause of all, not like certain philosophic...
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Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal, 13권

1859
...volition in denizens of different elements—in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...modified to constitute these several locomotive organs. Every where in organic nature we see the means not only subservient to an end, but that end accomplished...
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Archaia; or, Studies of the cosmogony and natural history of the Hebrew ...

John William Dawson (sir.) - 1860
...volition in denizens of different elements — in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...locomotive organs. Everywhere in organic nature we see the meant not only subservient to an end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Samuel Kneeland, John Trowbridge, Charles Robert Cross, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss - 1860
...volition in denizens of different elements — in what, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...locomotive organs. Everywhere in organic nature we sec the means not only subservient to an end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence...
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Archaia: or, Studies of the cosmogony and natural history of the Hebrew ...

Sir John William Dawson - 1860 - 400 페이지
...volition in denizens of different elementsr-^in wha^l;, I say, have they differed from the artificial instruments which we ourselves plan with foresight...complexity, in their perfection, and in the unity an4 simplicity of the elements which are m,odifie4 to constitute these several locomotive organs. Everywhere...
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The American Presbyterian Review, 2권

Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood - 1860
...which nature presents of a Creative Intelligence. He is a firm advocate of final causes. " Every where in organic nature we see the means not only subservient to an end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are compelled to regard the Great Cause of all, not like certain philosophical...
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The Eclectic Review, 3권;111권

William Hendry Stowell - 1860
...such perfect endowments and adaptations out of means so simple. " Everywhere in organic nature we sec the means not only subservient to an end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are compelled to regard the Great Cause of all, not like certain philosophical...
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Seven answers to the seven Essays and reviews

John Nash Griffin - 1862
...appearances." To these we must add the words of a great living philosopher, Professor Owen J:— " Everywhere in organic nature we see the means not only subservient to the end, but that end accomplished by the simplest means. Hence we are compelled to regard the great...
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