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" And as, in the infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature have caused corresponding varieties in the popular character, and have imparted to the national religion peculiarities which,... "
Educational Review - Página 359
1902
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History of Civilization in England, Volumen1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1857
..."advancing" knowledge. ~"An<I as, In~IiEe~ infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The other three agents, namely, Climate, Food, and Soil, have, so far as we...
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History of Civilization in England, Volumen1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1858
...of such . superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature have cansed corresponding varieties in the popular character,...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The oilier three agents, namely, Climate, Food, and Soil, have, so far as...
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History of Civilization in England, Volumen1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1857
...advancing knowledge. And as, in the infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The other three agents, namely, Climate, Food, and Soil, have, so far as we...
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The American Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated, Volúmenes43-44

1866
...its changes) have the office of exciting the imagination and producing superstition, and have tlrus " caused corresponding varieties in the popular character,...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface." Outside of Europe, climate, food, and soil have caused wealth to be so distributed...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volumen4

John Clark Ridpath - 1898
...advancing knowledge. And as, in the infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The other three agents, namely, Climate, Food, and Soil, have, so far as we...
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Introduction to the History of Civilization in England

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1904
...advancing knowledge. And as, in the infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various Aspects of Nature...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The other three agents, namely, Climate, Food, and Soil, have, so far as we...
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Sociology and Social Progress

Thomas Nixon Carver - 1905 - 810 páginas
...advancing knowledge. And as, in the infancy of a people, the power of such superstitions is supreme, it has happened that the various aspects of nature...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. The other three agents, namely, climate, food, and soil, have, so far as we...
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Ensaio de philosophia do direito

Sílvio Romero - 1908 - 320 páginas
...advancing knowledge. And as in the infancy ofa people the power of such superstitions is supreme ; it hás happened that the various Aspects of Nature have caused...corresponding varieties in the popular character, and have imported to the national religion particularities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible...
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Educational Review

Nicholas Murray Butler, Frank Pierrepont Graves, William McAndrew - 1902
...environment. Buckle, for instance, attributed enormous social results to the influence of physical agents.* He held that the general aspect of nature — by which...circumstances, it has been impossible to efface." ' To the character of the climate, soil, and food he ascribed in large measure the production and distribution...
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Freedom and History and Other Essays: An Introduction to the Thought of ...

Richard P. McKeon, Richard Peter McKeon - 1990 - 271 páginas
...advancing knowledge, and since the power of superstitions is supreme in the infancy of a people, they have caused corresponding varieties in the popular...peculiarities which, under certain circumstances, it is impossible to efface. Hypothetical distinctions of race, on the other hand, are explained by climate,...
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