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" ... man is descended from some less highly organized form. The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals in embryonic development, as well as in innumerable points of structure... "
The Naturalist as Interpreter and Seer ... - Página 46
por Charles Darwin - 1902 - 173 páginas
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volumen1

Charles Darwin - 1871 - 705 páginas
...less highly organised form. The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals...the most trifling importance,—the rudiments which be retains, and the abnormal rerersions to which he is occasionally liable.—are lacta which cannot...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volumen2

Charles Darwin - 1871
...less highly-organized form. The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals...constitution, both of high and of the most trifling importance — the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally...
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The Great Problem: The Higher Ministry of Nature Viewed in the Light of ...

John R. Leifchild - 1872 - 543 páginas
...organized form. "The grounds," says he, " upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals...constitution, both of high and of the most trifling importance, — the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle

1872
...And what are those grounds ? They consist simply in the " similarity " which is discovered to exist " between man and the lower animals in embryonic development,...and constitution, both •of high and of the most trilling importance." "The facts cannot bo disputed." Be it so ; but then the inference from those...
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THE GEOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN WITH AN OUTLINE OF GLACIAL ...

CHARLES LYELL - 1873
...Darwin, in his late work on the c Descent of Man,' has said, in reply to this question, that ' the similarity between man and the lower animals in embryonic...in innumerable points of structure and constitution — the rudiments which he retains and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally liable —...
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Education of man, by a member of the New Zealand bar

Education - 1873
...Appendix a theory advanced, in which may be discovered the missing link between the ape and immortal man. development, as well as in innumerable points of structure...constitution, both of high and of the most trifling importance, the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally...
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Darwinism Stated by Darwin Himself: Characteristic Passages from the ...

Charles Darwin - 1884 - 351 páginas
...less highly organized form. The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals...constitution, both of high and of the most trifling importance — the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally...
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Anthropoid Apes

Robert Hartmann - 1885 - 326 páginas
...form. He goes on to say : " The grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals...constitution, both of high and of the most trifling importance, the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally...
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The History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient ..., Volumen5

Jacob Youde William Lloyd - 1885
...John.1 THE DESCENT OF MAN. Mr. Darwin, in his late work on the Descent of Man, has said that " the similarity between man and the lower animals in embryonic...in innumerable points of structure and constitution — the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally liable...
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The Neanderthal skull on evolution, in an address supposed to be delivered A ...

Bourchier Wrey Savile - 1885 - 270 páginas
...shaken, for the close similarity between man and the lower animals in embryonic development, &c., the rudiments which he retains, and the abnormal reversions to which he is occasionally liable, are facts which cannot be disputed. The great principle of EVOLUTION stands up clear and firm,...
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