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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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The Contemporary Review, 43. köide

1883
...improbable 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."* If then things are so — as who can disprove? — we may reasonably demur to the assertion that physical...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1883
...improbable 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." 1 Three Essays on Kcliriiou, p. 17-1. • Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection, p. 3C8....
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Personality: The Beginning and End of Metaphysics and a Necessary Assumption ...

Alfred Williams Momerie - 1883 - 130 lehte
...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. The force...
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Lobb's theological quarterly (with which is incorporated 'Dickinson's ...

...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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Ancient Religion and Modern Thought: By William Samuel Lilly

William Samuel Lilly - 1884 - 371 lehte
...improbable 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." 3 1 Address io the British Association, 1871. 2 I say " primary cause''; of course I do not ileny its...
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The errors of evolution, ed., with an intr., by H.L. Hastings

Robert Patterson - 1885
...after showing that we have no direct knowledge of any force in the universe but our own will-power, "If, therefore, we have traced one force, however...higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence." And Professor Owen (Anatomy of Vertebrates, Chap, xl.), sums up the argument for design in a sentence...
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A Scotch Verdict in Re Evolution

Charles Force Deems - 1885 - 108 lehte
...universe but our own will-power : " If, therefore, we have traced one force, however minute, to the origin in our own will, while we have no knowledge...higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence." And Professor Owen (" Anatomy of Vertebrates," Chapter XL.) sums up the argument for design in a sentence...
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The Philosophy of the Supernatural

William Henry Platt - 1886 - 342 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, p. 368, Sec. Ed.) If Will is Force, and Force is Will, we readily agree with Mr....
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Christian Thought, 4. köide

Charles Force Deems, John Bancroft Devins - 1886
...On this subject Mr. RA Wallace, in his " Natural Selection," says on page 368 : It is not improbable that all force may be will-force; and thus that the...not merely dependent on, but actually is the will of a higher intelligence, or one supreme intelligence. The scientific doctrine of the unity, eternity,...
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Theism and Evolution: An Examination of Modern Speculative Theories as ...

Joseph Smith Van Dyke - 1886 - 461 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 a Supreme Intelligence."* Spencer himself concedes that " The force by which we ourselves produce changes,...
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