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" It may seem a small thing to admit that the dull vital actions of a fungus, or a foraminifer, are the properties of their protoplasm, and are the direct results of the nature of the matter of which they are composed. "
The errors of evolution, ed., with an intr., by H.L. Hastings - Page 173
by Robert Patterson - 1885
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, 69. köide

1869
...I bid you beware that, in accepting these conclusions, you are placing your feet on the first rung ڰ a m 1 Τ t Ng h {y endeavoured to prove to you, their protoplasm is essentially identical with, and most readily converted...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...warn his readers " that in accepting these conclusions, you are placing your feet on the first rung of a ladder which, in most people's estimation, is...of Jacob's, and leads to the antipodes of heaven." • In attempting to establish his proposition, however, be betrays, for a professor in science, astonishing...
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The Rainbow, a magazine of Christian literature, 6. köide

...But I bid you beware that in accepting these conclusions, you are placing your feet on the first rung of a ladder which, in most people's estimation, is...matter of which they are composed. But if, as I have endeavoured to prove to you, their protoplasm is essentially identical with, and most readily converted...
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The Radical, 5. köide

1869
...Prof. Huxley warns us that if we accept this conclusion we "are placing our feet on the first rung of a ladder, which, in most people's estimation, is...of Jacob's, and leads to the antipodes of heaven." In other words, if we admit the premises, and grant that the apparent vital energy displayed by protoplasm...
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Catholic World, 9. köide

1869
...proposition are unquestionably materialistic, and yet denies that he is individually a materialist " It may seem a small thing to admit that the dull vital actions of a fungus, or a foriminifer, are the properties of their protoplasm, and are the direct results of the nature of the...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1870 - 378 lehte
...bid you beware that, in accepting these conclu* .sions, you are placing your feet on the first rung of a ladder which, in most people's estimation, is...dull vital actions of a fungus, or a foraminifer, arc the properties of their protoplasm, and are the direct results of the nature of the matter of which...
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Proceedings, 24. köide

1870
...the dull vital actions of a fungus, or the foraminifera, are the properties of their protoplasm, and the direct results of the nature of the matter of which they are composed, and the further concession that all vital actions may with equal propriety be said to be the result...
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As Regards Protoplasm: In Relation to Professor Huxley's Essay On the ...

James Hutchison Stirling - 1870 - 71 lehte
...does not prove. He merely says that, if we admit the functions of the lowest forms of life to be but " direct results of the nature of the matter of which they are composed," we must admit as much for the functions of the highest. We have not admitted Mr. Huxley's presupposition...
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Half Hours with Modern Scientists

1871 - 288 lehte
...not prove. He merely says tjiat, if we admit the functions of the lowest forms of life to be but " direct results of the nature of the matter of which they are composed," we must admit as much for the functions of the highest. We have not admitted Mr. Huxley's presupposition...
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The Ingham Lectures: A Course of Lectures on the Evidences of Natural and ...

William George Williams - 1872 - 365 lehte
...I bid you beware that, in accepting these conclusions, you are placing your feet on the first rung of a ladder which, in most people's estimation, is...nature of the matter of which they are composed." Here we are told, in direct terms, that the vital action is a property of protoplasmic matter. And...
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