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How I came to write _ Life and Habit
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acquired animals antecedents appeared become bees Bewusstsein birds body brain Buffon called cells chapter Charles Darwin chrysalis circumstances clairvoyance conclusion conﬁned conscious deliberation cycle deﬁnite edition eggs Erasmus Darwin Erewhon Ernst Krause evolution Ewald Hering existence experience explanation fact ﬁbres ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂuctuating follow Francis Darwin germ Habit Hartmann Hellsehen heredity hypothesis idea individual inﬁnitely inﬂuence instinctive action kind knowledge Kosmos Krause Krause’s article Lamarck larva less living means mechanism mind Mneme modiﬁcation molecules natural selection nerve nest offspring once opinion organised matter organism Origin of Species passage perception phenomena Philosophy present processes Professor Hering Professor Hering’s lecture Professor Huxley purpose Ray Lankester reader recollection referred reﬂection regard remember repetition reproduction Review Samuel Butler scientiﬁc sensation stimulus substance sufﬁcient suppose theory thing tion translation Unconscious Memory variations vibrations whole words writing