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" On the evidence of palaeontology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life from their predecessors is no longer an hypothesis, but an historical fact ; it is only the nature of the physiological factors to which that evolution is due which... "
A Primer of Darwinism and Organic Evolution - Page 28
by Joseph Young Bergen, Fanny Dickerson Bergen - 1890 - 261 pages
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Humboldt Library of Popular Science Literature, Volume 2, Issues 37-48

1879
...Huxley, who, in 1878, wrote in the JSiicyclopœdia. JÓritannica : -'On the evidence of pal °eon tology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion." * •' Paleontology and Evolution." See ! page 21, infra, where...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, Volume 32; Volume 964

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1881 - 349 pages
...from the Triassic epoch to the present day, have been demonstrated. On the evidence of palaeontology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion. XII. THE COMING OF AGE OF "THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES." MANY of you will...
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The Scientific Evidences of Organic Evolution

George John Romanes - Evolution - 1882 - 88 pages
...Professor Huxley, who, in 1878, wrote in the Encyclopaedia Britannica : " On the evidence of palaeontology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion." III. THE ARGUMENT FROM GEOLOGY. BUT this allusion to fossils leads...
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The Scientific Evidences of Organic Evolution

George John Romanes - Evolution - 1882 - 88 pages
...Professor Huxley, who, in 1878, wrote in the Encyclopedia Britannica : " On the evidence of palaeontology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion." III. THE ARGUMENT FROM GEOLOGY. BUT this allusion to fossils leads...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1882
...that " the causes and conditions of variation have yet to be thoroughly explored." Again, he says, " the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...from their predecessors is no longer an hypothesis, it is an historical fact ; it is only the nature of the physiological factors" — in other words,...
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Chapters on Evolution

Andrew Wilson - Evolution - 1883 - 383 pages
...OF ANOPLOTHRRIUM. of such a demonstration that Huxley writes : " On the evidence of palaeontology, the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...hypothesis, but an historical fact ; it is only," he adds, " the nature of the physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open...
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Chapters on Evolution

Andrew Wilson - Evolution - 1883 - 383 pages
...from their predecessors is no longer an hypothesis, but an historical fact ; it is only," he adds, " the nature of the physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion." But not merely in the highest class of the animal world have "...
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The Development Theory: A Brief Statement for General Readers

Joseph Young Bergen, Fanny Dickerson Bergen - Evolution - 1884 - 240 pages
...of animals and plants to vary. How sudden and profound such variations may sometimes be is shown by cases like that of certain brine-shrimps, to which...evolution is due that is still open to discussion."! I shall in the next chapter endeavor to explain some of the most important opinions that are held concerning...
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The Development Theory: A Brief Statement for General Readers

Joseph Young Bergen, Fanny Dickerson Bergen - Evolution - 1884 - 240 pages
...of animals and plants to vary. How sudden and profound such variations may sometimes be is shown by cases like that of certain brine-shrimps, to which...which that evolution is due that is still open to discussion."1 I shall in the next chapter endeavor to explain some of the most important opinions that...
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Manual of International Law, for the Use of Navies, Colonies & Consulates

Jan Helenus Ferguson - International law - 1884
...a hypothesis, and it is with truth that Professor Huxley said on the evidence of palaeontology : " the evolution of many existing forms of animal life...physiological factors to which that evolution is due which is still open to discussion." (Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1S~S). t PROF. OSCAB SCHMIDT. The Doctrine...
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