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" Origin of Species" is not traceable; the foremost men of science in every country are either avowed champions of its leading doctrines, or at any rate abstain from opposing them; a host of young and ardent investigators seek for and find inspiration and... "
Science - Síđa 15
breytti - 1880
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., Bindi 9

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1882 - 840 síđur
...me out to the full when I assert that there is no field of biological inquiry in which the influence of the ' Origin of Species ' is not traceable ; the...inspiration and guidance in Mr. Darwin's great work ; and tho general doctrine of Evolution, to one side of which it gives expression, finds in the phenomena...
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Collected papers, Bindi 2

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1879 - 26 síđur
...me out to the full when I assert that there is no field of biological inquiry in which the influence of the ' ' Origin of Species ' ' is not traceable...seek for and find inspiration and guidance in Mr. Darwin 's great work ; and the general doctrine of evolution, to one side of which it gives expression,...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, Bindi 32,Bindi 964

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 372 síđur
...out to the full, when I assert that there is no field of biological inquiry in which the influence of the " Origin of Species " is not traceable ; the...evolution, to one side of which it gives expression, obtains, in the phenomena of biology, a firm base of operations whence it may conduct its conquest...
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Literary News, Bindi 3

1882 - 404 síđur
...is no field of biological science in which the influence of the ' Origin of Species' is not clearly traceable; the foremost men of science in every country...evolution, to one side of which it gives expression, obtains, in the phenomena of biology, a firm base of operations whence it may conduct its conquest...
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Charles Darwin: A Paper Contributed to the Transactions of the Shropshire ...

Edward Woodall - 1884 - 100 síđur
...Institution, on the " Coming-of-age of the Origin of Species,"2 in which he was able to say that " the foremost men of science in every country are either...doctrines, or at any rate abstain from opposing them ; " and when the pulpits of England once more resounded with Mr. Darwin's name, it was to bear testimony...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Bindi 42

1885 - 820 síđur
...Huxley, in his address on the Coming of Age of the Origin of Species, after alluding to the fact that a host of young and ardent investigators seek for...inspiration and guidance in Mr. Darwin's great work; and that the general doctrine of evolution, " to one side of which it gives expression," obtains in the...
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Life of Charles Darwin, Bindi 1

George Thomas Bettany, John Parker Anderson - 1887 - 228 síđur
...lifetime. As Professor Huxley said, in lecturing on " The Coming of Age of ' The Origin of Species,' " " the foremost men of science in every country are either...doctrines, or at any rate abstain from opposing them." His prescience has in less than a generation been justified by the discovery of intermediate fossil...
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Life of Charles Darwin, Bindi 1

George Thomas Bettany, John Parker Anderson - 1887 - 224 síđur
...lifetime. As Professor Huxley said, in lecturing on •" The Coming of Age of ' The Origin of Species,' " " the foremost men of science in every country are either avowed champions of its leading doctrines, or at any_rate abstain from opposing them." His prescience has in less than a generation been justified by...
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Evolution: Popular Lectures and Discussions Before the Brooklyn Ethical ...

Brooklyn Ethical Association - 1889 - 424 síđur
...the full when I assert that there is no field of biological inquiry in which the influence of the i Origin of Species ' is not traceable ; the foremost...ardent investigators seek for and find inspiration in Mr. Darwin's great work ; and the general doctrine of Evolution, to one side of which it gives expression,...
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Darwiniana: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894 - 504 síđur
...out to the full, when I assert that there is no field of biological inquiry in which the influence of the " Origin of Species " is not traceable ; the...evolution, to one side of which it gives expression, obtains, in the phenomena of biology, a firm base of operations whence it may conduct its conquest...
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