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" We see why the animals and plants of the south may have existed in the climates of the north, where their relics and impressions are still to be found. Lastly, it explains the short period of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments... "
The World of Comets - Síđa 475
eftir Amédée Guillemin - 1877 - 548 síđur
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Bindi 15

1810 - 580 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must necessarily...
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Book IV. Of the theory of universal gravitation. Book V. Abridgment of the ...

Pierre Simon marquis de Laplace - 1809 - 406 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years. The human race reduced to a small number of individuals, 65 in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must...
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English 18th Century Dances, Bindi 2

1812 - 352 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must neccessarily...
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The New Monthly Magazine, and Universal Register, Bindi 6

1816 - 598 síđur
...moral world, the monuments of which scarcely date back beyond three thousand years. The human species, reduced to a small number of individuals, and to the most deplorable condition, whose whole attention must, for a very long period, be engaged with the means of their preservation,...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Bindi 25

1835
...event accounts for the recentness of the moral world, the monuments of which go back scarcely 3,000 years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, and to the most miserable condition, would for a long time be mainly provided in providing for their preservation,...
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On natural theology

Thomas Chalmers - 1840
...the existence of the moral world — whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years. The human race reduced to a small number of individuals in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care of their subsistence, must necessarily...
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The Gallery of Nature: a Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation ...

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 892 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much further back than three thousand years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must necessarily...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Bindi 45

1854 - 606 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must necessarily...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation, Bindi 28

Thomas Milner - 1860 - 896 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much further back than three thousand years. The human race, reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must necessarily...
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Comets, Popular Culture, and the Birth of Modern Cosmology

Sara Schechner, Sara Schechner Genuth - 1999 - 386 síđur
...of the existence of the moral world, whose earliest monuments do not go much farther back than three thousand years." The human race reduced to a small number of individuals, in the most deplorable state, occupied only with the immediate care for their subsistence, must necessarily...
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