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" Dr. Hooker, in his address to the British Association, spoke thus of the author: " Of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology it is not easy to speak without enthusiasm ; for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his... "
Beiträge zur natürlichen Zuchtwahl: eine Reiche von Essais - Page ix
by Alfred Russel Wallace, Adolf Bernhard Meyer - 1870 - 434 lehte
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Pictures of Old England

Reinhold Pauli - 1861 - 457 lehte
...in his address to the British Association, spoke thus of the author : — " Of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be unconscious, forgets his own unquestioned...
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The Living Age, 99. köide

1868
...kindred subjects, are discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge and skill. But of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology it is...for putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe h to be unconscious, forgets his own unquestioned...
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The Spiritual Magazine, 3. köide

1868
...subjects, are discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge and skill ; but of Mr. Wallace, and his many contributions to philosophical biology, it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be in him unconscious, forgets his own unquestionable...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 38. köide

1869
...subjects, arc discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge, and skill. But of Mr. Wallace arid his many contributions to philosophical biology, it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be in him unconscious, forgets his own unquestioned...
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The Substitution of Similars: The True Principle of Reasoning, Derived from ...

William Stanley Jevons - 1869 - 86 lehte
...Hooker, in his address to the British Association, spoke thus of the author; "Of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be unconscious, forgets his own unquestioned...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1869
...kindred subjects, are discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge, and skill. But of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology, it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be unconscious, forgets his own unquestioned...
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PLANCHETTE; OR, THE DESPAIR OF SCIENCE

1869
...subjects, are discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge, and skill ; but of Mr. Wallace, and his many contributions to philosophical biology, it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be in him unconscious, forgets his own unquestionable...
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Planchette: Or, The Despair of Science. Being a Full Account of Modern ...

Epes Sargent - 1869 - 404 lehte
...subjects, are discussed with admirable sagacity, knowledge, and skill; but of Mr. Wallace, and his many contributions to philosophical biology, it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be in him unconscious, forgets his own unquestionable...
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Nature, 8. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1873
...Edition, withCorrections and Additions. Crown Svo, Sí. 6J. "Of Mr. Wallace and his many con'ributions to philosophical biology it is not easy to speak without enthusiasm; for, putting tóJe their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be...
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Θεοφραστου Χαρακτηρες

Theophrastus - 1870 - 328 lehte
...Hooker, in his address to the British Association, spoke thus of the author: "Of Mr. Wallace and his many contributions to philosophical biology it is...for, putting aside their great merits, he, throughout his writings, with a modesty as rare as I believe it to be unconscious, forgets his (nun unquestioned...
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