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" On the other hand, the //¬ęprobability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by accident, becomes to our minds greater and greater as more and more such specimens are found ; until at last this hypothesis, although it cannot be directly disproved,... "
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

1872 - 798 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion has now become one of those " self-evident " propositions which claim the unhesitating assent...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

1872 - 806 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion has now become one of those " self-evident " propositions which claim the unhesitating assent...
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Every Saturday

1872 - 740 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...disproved, is felt to be almost inconceivable, except by mind* previously " possessed " by the " dominant idea " of the modern origin of man. And thus what...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 16; Volume 79

1872 - 828 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...found ; until at last this hypothesis, .although it can not be directly disproved, is felt to be almost inconceivable, except by minds previously " possessed"...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1873 - 376 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...And thus, what was in the first instance a matter of discussion has now become one of those ' self-evident' propositions which claim the unhesitating assent...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1873 - 898 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their' peculiar shape by...And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion, has now become one of thoso " self-evident " propositions, which claim the unhesitating...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 42

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1873 - 900 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...possessed " by the " dominant idea " of the modern origia of Man. And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion, has now become one of...
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Year-book of Nature and Popular Science for 1872

John Christopher Draper - 1873 - 372 pages
...probable value, derives an irresistible cogency from accumulation. On the other hand, the improbability that these flints acquired their peculiar shape by...accident, becomes to our minds greater and greater as more of such specimens are found ; until at last this hypothesis, although it cannot be directly disproved,...
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1874 - 774 pages
...Human hands; but no unprejudiced person who has examined them now doubts it The evidence of desiyn, to which, after an examination of one or two such...And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion, has now become one of those " self-evident " propositions, which claim the unhesitating...
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Philosophical Fragments: Written During Intervals of Business

John Daniel Morell - 1878 - 296 pages
...acquired their peculiar shape by accident, becomes to our minds greater and greater as more and more of such specimens are found, until at last this hypothesis,...And thus what was in the first instance a matter of discussion, has now become one of those "self-evident" propositions which claim the unhesitating assent...
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