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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, 4권

John Fiske - 1902
...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

John Fiske - 1902
...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 Miscellaneous Writings of John Fiske, 4권

John Fiske - 1902
...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 The most conspicuous result of this unceasing operation of natural selection upon rival communities...
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Evolution and Social Life

Tim Ingold - 1986 - 431 페이지
...terms of reproductive success. Thus 'tribes in which such . . . qualities were predominant, would . . . have an advantage in the struggle for existence over...while the others would decrease and finally succumb' (1870:313, 317). The implications of this position are far-reaching, and again we owe their explicit...
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Infinite Tropics: An Alfred Russel Wallace Anthology

Alfred Russel Wallace, Andrew Berry - 2002 - 430 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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In Darwin's Shadow: The Life and Science of Alfred Russel Wallace: A ...

Michael Shermer - 2002 - 448 페이지
...especially those with high intelligence, foresight, sympathy, a sense of right, and self-restraint: "Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were...numbers, while the others would decrease and finally succumb."49 Wallace argued that the harsher, more challenging climate of northern Europe had produced...
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Dark Vanishings: Discourse on the Extinction of Primitive Races, 1800-1930

Patrick Brantlinger, Professor of English and Cultural Studies Patrick Brantlinger - 2003 - 248 페이지
...upon animals so defective" (11). Paradoxically, however, tribes able to protect their weaker members "would therefore have an advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they [the social virtues] were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would...
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Fraser's Magazine, 78권

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1868
...of inclement seasons and impending famine, more surely than could any merely physical mo<iification. Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were...they were less developed, would live and maintain thoir numbers, while the others would decrease and finally succumb. Again, when any slow changes of...
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