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" the recognition of an ideal Exemplar for the Vertebrated Animals proves that the Knowledge of such a being as Man must have existed before Man appeared. For the Divine mind which planned the Archetype also foreknew all its modifications. The Archetypal... "
The Darwinian Theory of the Transmutation of Species - Page 232
by Robert Mackenzie Beverley - 1867 - 386 lehte
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Inspiration and interpretation

Augustus Clissold - 1861
...fishes." Similar is the language of Professor Owen :f — "The recognition of an ideal exemplar in the vertebrated animals, proves that the knowledge...existed before man appeared ; for the Divine Mind which planned the Archetype, also foreknew all its modifications." ..." Nature, we learn from the part...
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An Inquiry Into the Theories of History: With Special Reference to the ...

William Adam (of Matlock Baths, Eng.) - 1862 - 441 lehte
...p. 303, note, to whieh add the following :" The recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertcbrated animals proves that the knowledge of such a being...have existed before man appeared. For the divine mind whieh planned the arehetype also foreknew all its modifications. The arehetypal idea was manifested...
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An Inquiry Into the Theories of History with Special Reference to the ...

William Adam (mineralogist.) - 1862 - 441 lehte
...knowledge of sueh a being as man must have existed before man appeared. For i in- divine mind which planned the archetype also foreknew all its modifications....archetypal idea was manifested in the flesh under divers sueh modifieations upon this planet long prior to the existence of those animal species that actually...
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An Inquiry Into the Theories of History: With Special Reference to the ...

William Adam (of Matlock Baths, Eng.) - 1862 - 441 lehte
...tone is assumed it must be sup* See the passages cited, p. 303, note, to whieh add the following : " The recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated animals proves that the knowledge of sueh a being as man must have existed before man appeared. For the divine mind whieh planned the arehetype...
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The Foundations of History: A Series of First Things

Samuel Bradhurst Schieffelin - 1868 - 264 lehte
...in anticipation, so to speak, in the inferior animals ; and the recognition of an ideal exemplar in the vertebrated animals proves, that the knowledge...being as man must have existed before man appeared.' " The history of God's operations in nature furnishes a striking analogy to His plan in providence,...
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The foundations of history, a series of first things

Samuel Bradhurst Schieffelin - 1863
...in anticipation, so to speak, in the inferior animals ; and the recognition of an ideal exemplar in the vertebrated animals proves, that the knowledge...being as man must have existed before man appeared.' " The history of God's operations in nature furnishes a striking analogy to His plan in providence,...
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Wells's First Principles of Geology: A Text-book for Schools, Academies and ...

David Ames Wells - 1864 - 333 lehte
...Prof. Owen of England, "supreme in his own especial walk as a comparative anatomist," assorts that " the recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...modifications, upon this planet, long prior to the existence of these animal species that actually exemplify it." increasing similiarity to the living races, and,...
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Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 4. köide

Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club - 1860
...type is explained by unity of descent." Rather, one might reply, in the words of Professor Owen, " the recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...the archetype also foreknew all its modifications." Mr. Darwin frankly admits the difficulty which the various instincts present to his theory ; and his...
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Well's First Principles of Geology: A Textbook for Schools, Academies and ...

David Ames Wells - 1865
...Prof. Owen of England, "supreme in his own especial walk as a comparative anatomist," asserts that " the recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...modifications, upon this planet, long prior to the existence of these animal species that actually exemplify it." The same idea is also recognized by Prof Agassiz,...
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Works: The foot-prints of the Creator

Hugh Miller - 1865
...with some of the sublimest doctrines of the theologian. " The recognition," says Professor Owen, "• of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated animals, proves that the knowledge of such a being as man existed before man appeared ; for the Divine mind which planned the archetype also foreknew all its...
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