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" I could never have approached the completeness of his book, its vast accumulation of evidence, its overwhelming argument, and its admirable tone and spirit. I really feel thankful that it has not been left to me to give the theory to the world. Mr. Darwin... "
My Life: A Record of Events and Opinions - Page 372
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
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Alfred Russel Wallace; Letters and Reminiscences

Alfred Russel Wallace, Sir James Marchant - 1916 - 507 lehte
...and spirit. I really feel thankful that it has not been left to me to give the theory to the public. Mr. Darwin has created a new science and a new philosophy,...such vast masses of widely scattered and hitherto utterly disconnected facts been combined into a system, and brought to bear upon the establishment...
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Collected papers, 4. köide

Henry Fairfield Osborn - 1893
...that never has such a complete illustration of a new branch of human knowledge been due to the labors and researches of a single man. Never have such vast...establishment of such a grand and new and simple philosophy. The discovery of " Natural Selection " again turned the course of Wallace's life. In his autobiography...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin:, 8. köide;1860. köide

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt - 1993 - 824 lehte
...believe that with however much patience I had worked and experimented on the subject. 1 could never hai'e approached the completeness of his book, its vast...unconnected facts been combined into a system and brought to lx-ar upon the establishment of such a grand and new and simple philosophy. 2 Charles Lyell, Andrew...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin:, 8. köide;1860. köide

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt - 1993 - 824 lehte
...overwhelming argument, and its admirable tone and spirit. I really feel thankful that it has not been Ictt to me to give the theory to the world. Mr. Darwin...establishment of such a grand and new and simple philosophy. 3 Charles Lyell, Andrew Crombie Ramsay, Joseph Beete Jukes, Henry Darwin Rogers, and Alexandr Andrecvich...
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Infinite Tropics: An Alfred Russel Wallace Anthology

Alfred Russel Wallace - 2003 - 430 lehte
...¿.‘ Bates was also left in no doubt about Wallace's appreciation of On the Origin of Species. ‘m¿ I know not how, or to whom, to express fully my admiration...of such a grand and new and simple philosophy.” 40 [1860] &s' A meeting was held at the Linnean Society in 1908 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of...
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Dying to Know: Scientific Epistemology and Narrative in Victorian England

George Levine - 2010 - 320 lehte
...years before, and which occurred to me at this time" (1 :361). And he talks of the Origin in this way: I do honestly believe that with however much patience...due to the labours and researches of a single man. (i :374) At best Wallace's claims are Trollopean — that is, a candid facing of achievements it would...
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In Darwin's Shadow: The Life and Science of Alfred Russel Wallace: A ...

Michael Shermer - 2002 - 448 lehte
...higher. He promptly read through it "five or six times," then told Bates on Christmas Eve that year that "Mr. Darwin has created a new science and a new philosophy;...the establishment of such a grand and new and simple philosophy."16 These are hardly the words of a man in the least bit distressed over his affiliation...
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The Correspondence of Charles Darwin:, 8. köide;1860. köide

Charles Darwin, Frederick Burkhardt - 1993 - 824 lehte
...me to give the theory to the world. Mr. Darwin has created a new science and a new philosophy; and l believe that never has such a complete illustration...unconnected facts been combined into a system and brought to Ix-ar upon the establishment of such a grand and new and simple philosophy. 2 Charles Lyell, Andrew...
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