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" Thus man, by the mere capacity of clothing himself, and making weapons and tools, has taken away from nature that power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure, in accordance with changes in the external world, which she exercises... "
The Natural History Review - 332 페이지
1864
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The Living Age, 99권

1868
...any great extent hi his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...which he could hardly otherwise make use of, and thus obtain for himself a supply of food fnr more varied and abundant than that which any animal can command....
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1870 - 384 페이지
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...and tools, has taken away from nature that power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure, in accordance with changes in the...
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The Action of Natural Selection on Man

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871 - 54 페이지
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...and tools, has taken away from nature that power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure, in accordance with changes in the...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...and tools, has taken away from nature that power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure, in accordance with changes in the...
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Contributions to the theory of natural selection

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871 - 384 페이지
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...variety of animal and vegetable substances, which ho could hardly otherwise make use of; and thus obtains for himself a supply of food far more varied...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1권

1872
...some of my views are new or true, and what may be said against them. At page 315 Mr. Wallace says, "Man, by the mere capacity of clothing himself and...making weapons and tools, has taken away from Nature the power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure in accordance with the...
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The Journal of the Anthropological institute, 1권

Royal anthropological institute - 1872
...some of my views are new or true, and what may be said against them. At page 315 Mr. Wallace says, "Man, by the mere capacity of clothing himself and...making weapons and tools, has taken away from Nature the power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure in accordance with the...
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Enigmas of Life

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 322 페이지
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable...and abundant than that which any animal can command. 'i Thus man, by the mere capacity of clothing himself, and making weapons and tools, has taken away...
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THE GEOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN WITH AN OUTLINE OF GLACIAL ...

CHARLES LYELL - 1873
...marked characteristics which distinguish mankind from the highest brutes. c Man ' says Mr Wallace, 4 by the mere capacity of clothing himself, and making...and tools, has taken away from nature that power of slowly but permanently changing the external form and structure, in accordance with changes in the...
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Enigmas of Life

William Rathbone Greg - 1874 - 322 페이지
...any great extent in his teeth or digestive organs are rendered unnecessary. Man, too, has everywhere the use of fire, and by its means can render palatable a variety of animal and vegetable substances, which^he could hardly otherwise make use of, and thus obtains for himself a supply of food far more...
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