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" As we see those animals, whose instinct compels them to live in society and obey a chief, are most capable of improvement, so is it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua - Page 173
by Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1846 - 351 lehte
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...Zealanders, who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - 1889 - 519 lehte
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...grade than another branch of the same people, the New Zealandcrs, who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin, R. T. Pritchett - 1890 - 551 lehte
...improvement, so is it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilised always have the most artificial governments....— who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1890 - 551 lehte
...more civilised always have the most artificial governments. For instance, the inhabitants ofOtaheite, who, when first discovered, were governed by hereditary...— who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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Darwinianism: Workmen and Work

James Hutchison Stirling - 1894 - 358 lehte
...or a consequence, the more civilised always have the most artificial govern110 DARWINIANISM. ments. For instance, the inhabitants of Otaheite, who, when...— who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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Charles Darwin's Works: Journal of researches into the natural history and ...

Charles Darwin - 1896
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...— who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute isense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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Journal of Researches Into the Geology and Natural History of the Various ...

Charles Darwin - 1908 - 496 lehte
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...grade than another branch of the same people, the New Zealanders,—who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1909 - 547 lehte
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...— who, although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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A Modern Instance

William Dean Howells - 1984 - 459 lehte
...it with the races of mankind. Whether we look at it as a cause or a consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial governments. For instance,...Zealanders - who although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1989 - 432 lehte
...consequence, the more civilized always have the most artificial 1 84 Voyage of the Beagle Jan . 1 8 3 3 governments. For instance, the inhabitants of Otaheite,...Zealanders - who although benefited by being compelled to turn their attention to agriculture, were republicans in the most absolute sense. In Tierra del Fuego,...
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