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" I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently assume that I attribute all changes of corporeal structure and mental power exclusively to the natural selection of such variations as are often called spontaneous; whereas, even in the... "
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Volumen 23

1897
...stated ' that all the changes of corporeal structure and mental power cannot he exclusively attributed to the natural selection of such variations as are often called spontaneous, but that great value must be given to the inherited effects of use and disuse, some also to the modification...
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Appletons' Journal, Volumen 14

1875
...defines his position with greater precision than heretofore. " I may take this opportunity," he says, " of remarking that my critics frequently assume that...are often called spontaneous ; whereas, even in the firstedition of the ' Origin of Species,' I distinctly stated that great weight must be attributed...
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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - 1874 - 688 páginas
...and their importance has been, in some cases, greatly exaggerated by popular writers. I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...spontaneous; whereas, even in the first edition of tho ' Origin of Species,' I distinctly stated that great weight must be attributed to the inherited...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen 28

1886
...of his views in which this factor makes no appearance. The passage is as follows : " I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...Species,' I distinctly stated that great weight must be attribnted to the inherited effects of use and disuse, with respect both to the body and mind." Nor...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volumen 19

1886
...his views in which this factor makes no appearance. The passage is as follows :— I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...the ' Origin of Species,' I distinctly stated that preat weight must be attributed to the inherited effects of use and disuse, with respect both to the...
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Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty

John Vietch Shoemaker - 1890 - 422 páginas
...effect. In the preface to the second edition of " Tiie Descent of Man " he says : — I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...first edition of "The Origin of Species," I distinctly Maini that great weight must be attributed to the inherited eöecta of use and disuse with respect...
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the descent of man and selection in relation to sex

charles darwin - 1890
...and their importance has been, in some cases, greatly exaggerated by popular writers. I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...whereas, even in the first edition of the ' Origin of Species,'1 distinctly stated that great weight must be attributed to the inherited effects of use and...
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Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty

John Vietch Shoemaker - 1890 - 422 páginas
...says : — I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently assume that I attribnte all changes of corporeal structure and mental power...Species," I distinctly stated that great weight must bo attributed to the inherited effects of use and disuse with respect both to the body and mind. If...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The descent of man and seletion in relation to sex

Charles Darwin - 1896
...and their importance has been, in some cases, greatly exaggerated by popular writers. I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...use and disuse, with respect both to the body and inind. I also attributed some amount of modification to tho direct and prolonged action of changed...
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The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex, Volumen 1874

Charles Darwin - 1897 - 688 páginas
...and their importance has been, in some cases, greatly exaggerated by popular writers. I may take this opportunity of remarking that my critics frequently...that great weight must be attributed to the inherited effec^ of use and disuse, with respect both -to the body and mind. I also attributed some amount of...
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