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" If, therefore, we have traced one force, however minute, to an origin in our own WILL, while we have no knowledge of any other primary cause of force, it does not seem an improbable conclusion that all force may be will-force; and thus, that the whole... "
Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays - Page 371
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871 - 384 lehte
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Fables of infidelity and facts of faith: being an examination of the ...

Robert Patterson, Western Tract Society - 1875 - 528 lehte
...that matter, as popularly understood, does not exist. Then in a couple of pages he goes on to argue "that the whole universe is not merely dependent on,...higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence " But the whole tenor of his book is thus demolished ; since evolution, if it means anything, means...
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The Theistic Conception of the World: An Essay in Opposition to Certain ...

Benjamin Franklin Cocker - 1875 - 426 lehte
...an improbable conclusion that all force may be WILL-FORCE, and thus the whole universe is not only dependent on, but actually is the will of higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence." * In short, the present attitude of science in relation to this great problem is, I think, fairly represented...
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the theistic conception of the world

b. f. cocker - 1875
...an improbable conclusion that all force may be WILL-FOBCE, and thus the whole universe is not only dependent on, but actually is the will of higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence."4 In short, the present attitude of science in relation to this great problem is, I think,...
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After Death--what?, Or, Hell and Salvation: Considered in the Light of ...

William Henry Platt - 1878 - 209 lehte
...ivill-force; and thus, that the whole universe is not -merely dei First Principles, Chap. IX, § 60. pendent on, but actually is, the WILL of higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence.'1 " So far as these authorities can settle it, force has its basis in Absolute Being....
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Personality, the beginning and end of metaphysics [by A.W. Momerie].

Alfred Williams Momerie - 1879
...conclusion that all force may be will-force, and that the whole universe is not merely dependent upon, but actually is, the will of higher intelligences, or of one supreme intelligence." The difficulty is that will, as we know it, is incapable of producing these external forces. However,...
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The American Journal of Science

1895
...beauties, its harmonies, are manifestations of His wisdom and power, or, in the words nearly of Wallace, that the whole Universe is not merely dependent on, but actually is, the Will of one Supreme Intelligence, Nature, with man as its culminant species, is no longer a mystery. These...
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THE THEORIES OF DARWIN AND THEIR RELATION TO PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND MORALITY

RUDOLF SCHMID - 1882
...position of this theory in reference to religion. In his " Natural Selection," he says on page 368: "It does not seem an improbable conclusion that all...higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence. '% He pronounces the belief that God created the new species in '' continual interference " with the...
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God Out and Man in: Or, Replies to Robert G. Ingersoll

William Henry Platt - 1883 - 320 lehte
...of any other primary cause of force, it does not seem an improbable conclusion that all force will be Will-force; and thus that the whole universe is...higher intelligences, or of One Supreme Intelligence." (Natural Selection.) Ingersoll. — "I cannot conceive of force apart from matter, because force to...
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Evolution and Natural Theology

William Forsell Kirby - 1883 - 208 lehte
...Even if we imagine an * " It does not seem an improbable conclusion that all force may be w'll-force, and thus, that the whole universe is not merely dependent...higher Intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence." v Archangel ruling in Alcyone, and exercising an almost unlimited control over the whole Galaxy, we...
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New Englander and Yale Review, 42. köide

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1883
...deliberate words of the modern naturalist. Says Mr. Wallace: "It does not seem an improbable conclusion that the whole universe is not merely dependent on,...higher intelligences, or of one supreme intelligence." 2. The future is pregnant with glories yet undeveloped. The orderly procession in which science shows...
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