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도서 But, for all this, our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be provisional...에 대해 검색한 39개 도서 중 21 - 30
" But, for all this, our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be provisional so long as one link in the chain of evidence is wanting ; and so long as all the animals and plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile,... "
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - 144 페이지
1868
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Selected Works of Thomas H. Huxley, 7권

1874
...example, the Copernican hypothesis was to the true theory of the planetary motions. But, for all this, our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile, and their progeny are fertile with one another, that link will be wanting....
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The Ethical Import of Darwinism

Jacob Gould Schurman - 1903 - 264 페이지
...-well-fovinded admiration with equally well-founded scepticism, reminds us in no uncertain tones that our " acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile, and their progeny are fertile with one another, that link will be wanting....
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An Easy Outline of Evolution

Dennis Hird - 1903 - 240 페이지
...weak, so far to be suspected, though it may have a perfect right to claim provisional acceptance " Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...plants, certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock, are fertile, and their progeny are fertile with one another, that link will be wanting....
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Catholic World, 80권

1905
...theory to satisfy Huxley's acute and exacting logic, is to be found in his book, Man's Place in Nature : Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile with one another, the link will be wanting. For, so long, selective breeding...
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Catholic World, 80권

1905
...theory to satisfy Huxley's acute and exacting logic, is to be found in his book, Man's Place in Nature : Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile with one another, the link will be wanting. For, so long, selective breeding...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace, 2권

Augustus Hopkins Strong - 1907
...ever been originated by selection, whether artificial or natural " ; Man's Place In Nature, 107 — " Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...chain of evidence is wanting ; and so long as all the animale and plante certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile with one...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace, 2권

Augustus Hopkins Strong - 1907
...ever been originated by selection, whether artificial or natural " ; Man's Place in Nature, 107 — " Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...one link in the chain of evidence is wanting ; and BO long as all the animals and plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock...
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Evolution at the Bar

Philip Mauro - 1922 - 80 페이지
...'species' in nature, has ever teen originated by selection, whether artificial or natural." And again; "Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile only with one another, that link will be wanting." Later on Mr. Huxley definitely...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, 7권

1863
...origin of species by natural selection." Thus in his " Essay on Man's Place in Nature," p. 106, he remarks, " Our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis...plants certainly produced by selective breeding from a common stock are fertile, and their progeny are fertile with one another, that link will be wanting."...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin:, 11권;1863권

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt - 1999 - 1086 페이지
...Henry Huxley's Evidence as to man's place in nature (TH Huxley 1863b, p. 1o7), 1t was argued that: our acceptance of the Darwinian hypothesis must be provisional so long as one link 1n the cha1n of evidence is wanting; and so long as all the animals and plants certainly produced by...
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