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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DOCTRINE OF DESCENT»
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The Doctrine of Descent
As Goethe postulated the inter-maxillary bone in man even before he had seen
or proved it, so must the doctrine of Descent extend to man all its results and
more or less plainly demonstrated laws. The deduction is effected by the
Eduard Oskar Schmidt, 1891
The peculiar merit assigned to Darwin is that he has gained the victory for the
doctrine of descent. On the other hand, the doctrine of natural selection is
regarded, at the best, as an ingenious idea, set forth with much skill, but in point
of fact of ...
Evolution And Intelligent Design in the Secret Doctrine
: The ...
... the possibility of the second process, they would no longer have to lament the
fact that “we are referred to conjecture and inference for the origin of the
Mammals”!! (“The Doctrine of Descent and Darwinism,” by Professor O. Schmidt,
Editorial Board of Theosophy Trust, 2006
The Hasidic Psychology: Making Space for Others
Such careful interpretation concerning the operational meaning of the zaddik's
descent comes to differentiate the Hasidic doctrine of descent for the sake of
uplifting ascent from the heretical Sabbatean doctrine of the descent of the
Materials for the Study of
Variation: Treated with Especial ...
In what follows it will be assumed that this Doctrine of Descent is true. It should be
admitted from the first that the truth of the doctrine has never been proved. There
is nevertheless a great balance of evidence in its favour, but it finds its support ...
The Secret Doctrine
the worth of an hypothesis. He admits ("The Doctrine of Descent and Darwinism,"
p. 158), that "natural selection" "is in some cases . . . inadequate, . . . in others . . .
not requisite, as the solution ofthe formation ofspecies is found inother natural ...
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
... still be emphasized as a human character, in contradistinction to the apes; the
peculiar characteristic of an order can scarcely be elicited from it; and especially
as to the doctrine of Descent, this circumstance seems in no way decisive, "f The
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Boris De Zirkoff, 1993
: The Synthesis of
Science, Religion and ...
Q Lucae's argument versus the Ape-theory, based on the different flexures of the
bones constituting the axis of the skull in the cases of Man and the Anthropoids,
is fairly discussed by Schmidt ("Doctrine of Descent and Darwinism," p. 290).
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, 2011
Butterflies; Their Structure, Changes and Life-Histories, ...
Being An Application Of The Doctrine Of Descent To The Study Of Butterflies - With An Appendix Of Practical Instructions - By Samuel Scudder - 1881 - PREFATORY NOTE - A BOX of common butterflies hanging on the all of L fellow-students room ...
Science But Not Scientists
Hardly a decade had passed before a "Doctrine of Descent" based on Darwin's
work was published by Oscar Schmidt, a professor in the University of Strasburg.
In the preface to his book, Schmidt splits the Godly and the Darwinians into two ...
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The birth of an idea
The idea of evolution or the 'doctrine of descent', as it was known then, far pre-dated Darwin. His own grandfather, Erasmus Darwin, was one of ... «Chandigarh Tribune, Feb 09»