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" Tribes in which such mental and moral qualities were predominant would therefore have an advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others would decrease... "
Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ... - Page 174
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
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The Anthropological Review, 2. köide

1864
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organisation. If a larger or more powerful...
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The Natural History Review, 13–16. number

1864
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, — would live and maintain their numbers •while the others...physical geography or of climate make it necessary for auy animal to alter its food, its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change...
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The North American Review, 101. köide

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1865
...upon animals so defective." " Again, when any slow changes of physical geography or of climate render it necessary for an animal to alter its food, its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organization." But man, on the contrary,...
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The Living Age, 99. köide

1868
...straggle for existence over other tribes in which I they were less developed, would live and main1 tain their numbers, while the others would decrease and...its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change hi its own bodily structure and internal organisation. If a larger or more powerful...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1870 - 384 lehte
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organization. If a larger or more powerful beast is to be captured and devoured, as when a carnivorous...
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The Action of Natural Selection on Man

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871 - 54 lehte
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organization. If a larger or more powerful beast is to be captured and devoured, as when a carniverous...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organization. If a larger or more powerful beast is to be captured and devoured, as when a carnivorous...
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Enigmas of Life

William Rathbone Greg - 1872 - 308 lehte
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organisation. If a larger or more powerful...
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Enigmas of Life, 2. köide

William Rathbone Greg - 1873 - 322 lehte
...advantage in the struggle for existence over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...its clothing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change in its own bodily structure and internal organization. If a larger or more powerful...
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Enigmas of Life...

Wm. R. Greg - 1873
...advantage in the struggle for exi-steuce over other tribes in which they were less developed, would live and maintain their numbers, while the others...it necessary for an animal to alter its food, its cloth. ing, or its weapons, it can only do so by a corresponding change in its own bodily structure...
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