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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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Darwin and the Emergence of Evolutionary Theories of Mind and Behavior

Robert J. Richards - 1989 - 718 lehte
...readers have already discerned, were not bound hypothesis, perhaps even suggesting it to his friend: "If, therefore, we have traced one force, however...universe is not merely dependent on, but actually K, the will of higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence." See Alfred Wallace, Contributions...
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The Borderlands of Science: Where Sense Meets Nonsense

Michael Shermer - 2001 - 368 lehte
...consciousness or any apparent will, in such purely automatic organisms." Therefore, Wallace concludes, "it does not seem an improbable conclusion that all...the WILL of higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence."23 Clearly Wallace is arguing from a naturalistic position to a supernaturalistic one,...
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In Darwin's Shadow: The Life and Science of Alfred Russel Wallace: A ...

Michael Shermer - 2002 - 448 lehte
...apparent will, in such purely automatic organisms." Thus, Wallace deduces, finishing in a poetic flourish: If, therefore, we have traced one force, however minute,...noblest truth of philosophy: God of the Granite and the Rose! Soul of the Sparrow and the Bee! The mighty tide of Being flows Through countless channels, Lord,...
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An Elusive Victorian: The Evolution of Alfred Russel Wallace

Martin Fichman - 2010 - 416 lehte
...consciousness are different manifestations—may be ultimately reducible to "will-force; and thus, . . . the whole universe is not merely dependent on, but...higher intelligences or of one Supreme Intelligence" (Wallace [1891] 1969,207-212). Wallace's position at this juncture in his career seems anomalous. He...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 34. köide

1874
...events," and concludes : " If we have traced one force, however minute, to an origin in our own in'lI, while we have no knowledge of any other primary cause...universe is not merely dependent on, but actually t's, the WlLL of higher intelligences, or of one supreme intelligence " (p. 368). 2 From a manuscript...
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The London Quarterly Review, 36. köide

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1871
...our own will is the only primary cause of force of which we have any knowledge ; and then adds :] " It does not seem an improbable conclusion that all...higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence. . . . Matter as an entity distinct from force, does not exist ; FOKCE is a product of MIND. Philosophy...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1870
...guides the development of many animal and vegetable forms." He also argues that " all force is probably will-force ; " and thus, that " the whole universe...higher intelligences, or of one Supreme Intelligence." We cite a few paragraphs from the part of his argument based on a comparison of the brains of Man and...
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