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" Yet the attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals, — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Página 125
1847
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The American Journal of Science, Volumen54

1847
...the objections of Cuvier and Agassiz unrebutted ; and judging from the recent works of Profs. Wugner, Miiller, Stannius, Hallmann, and others of the modern...subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same bones occur in them because they have to perform similar...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1847
...Agassiz unrebutted ; and judging from the recent works of Profs. Wagner, Miiller, Stannius, Hailmann, and others of the modern German school, and those...subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same bones occur in them because they have to perform similar...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1847
...uniformity of type. Yet the attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals, — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1847
...uniformity of type. Yet the attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals,—to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have to...
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On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton

Richard Owen - 1848 - 203 páginas
...uniformity of type. Yet the attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals, — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volumen2

1848
...following extract : " The attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them, because they have...
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The North British Review, Volumen15

1851
...(Homologies, p. 73,) "The attempt to explain by the Cuvierian principles the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have to...
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Typical Forms and Special Ends in Creation

James McCosh, George Dickie - 1856 - 539 páginas
...act."1 And again, " The attempt to explain by the Cuvierian principles the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have to...
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The Harveian oration, 1865

1865
...Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton) " by the Cuvierian principles the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have to...
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The Darwinian Revolution: Science Red in Tooth and Claw

Lucyle T Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Program in the History and Philosophy of Science Michael Ruse, Robert J. Richards, Michael Ruse - 1999 - 346 páginas
...judged incomplete: "the attempt to explain, by the Cuvierian principles, the facts of special homology on the hypothesis of the subserviency of the parts so determined to similar ends in different animals, — to say that the same or answerable bones occur in them because they have...
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