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" Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant would therefore have an advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would decrease... "
The Natural History Review - 331 페이지
1864
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Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, Based on the Doctrine of Evolution: With ..., 2권

John Fiske - 1874 - 523 페이지
...subjects of natural selection. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant, would have an advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, and would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would decrease and finally succumb." l...
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Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, Based on the Doctrine of Evolution, 2권

1875
...subjects of natural selection. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant, would have an advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, and would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would decrease and finally succumb." 1...
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The Past in the Present: What is Civilization?

Sir Arthur Mitchell - 1881 - 362 페이지
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical modification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were...physical geography or of climate make it necessary for an animal to alter its food, its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change...
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The Past in the Present: What is Civilization?

Sir Arthur Mitchell - 1881 - 362 페이지
...I shall explain as nearly as may be in the words of Mr. Wallace. It is alleged, for instance, that "when any slow changes of physical geography or of climate make it necessary for an animal to alter its food, its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change...
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The Past in the Present: What is Civilization?

Sir Arthur Mitchell - 1881 - 362 페이지
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical modification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant would therefore have au advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 페이지
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical modification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were...physical geography or of climate make it necessary for an animal to alter its food, its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by the occurrence of a...
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Darwinism and Politics

David George Ritchie - 1891 - 141 페이지
...would, therefore, have become the subjects for natural selection. . . . Tribes in which such mental or moral qualities were predominant would, therefore,...while the others would decrease and finally succumb." But for the evolution of morality it is not necessary that the struggle should always go so far as...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 페이지
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical modification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were...existence over other tribes in which they were less developed—would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would decrease and finally succumb....
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A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution

Cora May Williams - 1892 - 581 페이지
...Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant would therefore have an advantage over other tribes in which they were less developed,...while the others would decrease and finally succumb." " From the time, therefore, when the social and sympathetic feelings came into active operation, and...
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A Review of the Systems of Ethics: Founded on the Theory of Evolution

Charles Mallory Williams, Cora May Williams - 1892 - 581 페이지
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical modification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant would therefore have an advantage over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the...
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