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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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Conversations on the Bible and Science

Edwin SIDNEY - 1867
...determined archetype. Hence the force of the remark of the greatest writer on this subject, " that the recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...have existed before man appeared. For the Divine mind which planned the archetype also prepared all its modifications." James. — I believe, Professor Owen,...
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The Immortality of the Soul: Considered in the Light of the Holy Scriptures ...

Hiram Mattison - 1866 - 398 lehte
...April 1859. "The recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated animals," says Professor Owen: "proves, that the knowledge of such a being as man, must have existed before man appeared. * * * * The archetypal idea was manifested in the flesh under divers modifications upon this planet...
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The British Quarterly Review, 20. köide

Henry Allon - 1854
...without any seeming consciousness of its unfavourable application to his own geological objections:—' The recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...animals proves that the knowledge of such a being aa man must have existed before nun appeared. For the Divine Mind, which planned the archotvpe, also...
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The United Presbyterian Magazine

1869
...authorities to whom we can appeal, have been struck with this fore-ordination of man. Oweu says : ' The recognition of an ideal exemplar for the vertebrated...being as man must have existed before man appeared.' And Agassiz, in a long passage, proving that the aim of the Creator was to introduce man upon the surface...
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Unity in variety: a series of arguments based on the divine workmanship in ...

George Warburton Weldon - 1871 - 162 lehte
...analogy holds good in another respect. " The recognition (says Professor Owen) 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." It has been already stated that...
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Footprints of the Creator: Or the Asterolepis of Stromness

Hugh Miller, Louis Agassiz - 1872 - 352 lehte
...which each centrum comprises, and the vertical ones the lines of increment in the lateral pillars. 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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Blending lights; or, The relations of natural science, arch¿ology, and ...

William Fraser - 1873 - 376 lehte
...sentiments, and Professor Owen has strikingly enforced them. " 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, knew all its modifications. The archetypal idea was manifested in the...
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The Foundations of History: A Series of First Things

Samuel Bradhurst Schieffelin - 1875 - 264 lehte
...so to speak, in the inferior animals ; and the recognition of an ideal exemplar in the vertcbrated animals proves, that the knowledge of such a 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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All the Articles of the Darwin Faith

Francis Orpen Morris - 1877 - 47 lehte
...Cuvier, to the same effect, was also equally wrong: and Owen also in hin notion that the foreknowledge of such a being as man must have existed before man appeared or could appear. I believe that the wing of the bat, the thousands of lenses of the eye, the electrical...
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Christ the Divine Man: Or, Deity Veiled

Heaton Edward Von Stürmer - 1880 - 199 lehte
...tended from the first appearance of the first Palaeozoic fishes ; " and the late Professor Owen says, " The knowledge of such a being as man must have existed before man appeared. The Divine mind planned the archetype " — in other words, the Creator was working all along iu accordance...
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