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The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World - Page 45
by Owen Flanagan - 2009 - 304 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 131

English literature - 1871
...insuperable objection to this conclusion' (vol. ip 107). Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks, — ' this instinct no doubt was originally acquired like...the other social instincts through natural selection ' (vol. ip 164) ; and ' the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained ' (vol. ip 173)....
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The Living Age ..., Volume 111

1871
...insuperable objection to this conclusion " (vol. ip 107). Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks, — " this instinct no doubt was originally acquired like...other social instincts through natural selection" (vol. ip 164); and "the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained " (vol. ip 173). Again,...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Electronic books - 1871 - 475 pages
...praise or blame, are primarily due, as we have seen in the third chapter, to the instinct of sympathy; and this instinct no doubt was originally acquired,...other social instincts, through natural selection. At how early a period the progenitors of man, in the course of their development, became capable of...
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The Descent of man, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Human evolution - 1871
...praise or blame, are primarily due, as we have seen in the third chapter, to the instinct of sympathy ; and this instinct no doubt was originally acquired,...other social instincts, through natural selection. At how early a period the progenitors of man, in the course of their development, became capable of...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 130-131

1871
...insuperable objection to this conclusion ' (vol. ip 107). Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks, — ' this instinct no doubt was originally acquired like...other social instincts through natural selection' (vol. i. p. 164); and 'the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained ' (vol. i. p. 173)....
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 131

English literature - 1871
...insuperable objection to this conclusion ' (vol. ip 107). Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks, — ' this instinct no doubt was originally acquired like...the other social instincts through natural selection ' (vol. ip 164) ; and ' the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained ' (vol. ip 173)....
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 21

Theology - 1872
...instances of his dogmatic assertions, he tells us that the instinct of sympathy in the lower animals " no doubt was originally acquired, like all the other social instincts, through natural selection" (Part I. p. 164). Again, speaking of the unfilled-up gap which exists between man and the nearest apes,...
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The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1874 - 705 pages
...instinct of sympathy, as we have already seen, it is primarily due, that we habitually bestow both praise and blame on others, whilst we love the former and...other social instincts, through natural selection. At how early a period the progenitors of man in the course of their development, became capable of...
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Lessons from Nature, as Manifested in Mind and Matter

St. George Jackson Mivart - Matter - 1876 - 462 pages
...that not to do so would be to contradict evident truths. Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks : " This instinct no doubt was originally acquired, like...other social instincts, through natural selection " (vol. ip 164) ; and " the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained " (vol. ip 173)....
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LESSONS FROM NATURE AS MANIFESTED IN MIND AND MATTER

ST. GEORGE MIVART, PH.D., F.R.S. - 1876
...be to contradict evident truths. Speaking of sympathy, he boldly remarks : " This instinct no doult was originally acquired, like .all the other social instincts, through natural selection" (vol. ip 164); and "the fundamental social instincts were originally thus gained " (vol. ip 173). He...
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