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" ... simplicity, endowed, like existing Fungi, with the power of determining the formation of new protoplasm from such matters as ammonium carbonates, oxalates and tartrates, alkaline and earthy phosphates, and water, without the aid of light. That is... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ... - Page 256
1871
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Ventilation: A Text-book to the Practice of the Art of Ventilating Buildings ...

William Paton Buchan - Ventilation - 1891 - 282 pages
...and Abiogenesis," in " Critiques and Addresses," by Professor Huxley, we read, on page 239 : — " So much for the history of the progress of Redi's...victorious along the whole line at the present day.'' Professor Romanes, in lately addressing the students of * Some opponents of Abiogenesis, in quoting...
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Lectures on Biology: Biology I. Its History and Present Domain. II. Its ...

Robert Wilson Shufeldt - Biology - 1892 - 102 pages
...and water, without the aid of light. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but I beg you once more to recollect that I have no...* * * "So much for the history of the progress of Redl's great doctrine of biogenesis, which appears to me, with the limitations I have expressed, to...
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Evolution and Dogma

John Augustine Zahm - Evolution - 1896 - 461 pages
...Encyclopedia Britannica," vol. III. the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me, but," he adds, " I beg you once more to recollect that I have no right...opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith." ' Haeckel, as we have seen, is far more positive in his assertions respecting spontaneous generation....
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Pioneers of Evolution from Thales to Huxley: With an Intermediate Chapter on ...

Edward Clodd - Evolution - 1897 - 250 pages
...and water, without the aid of light. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me ; but I beg you once more to recollect that I have no...opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith.' Huxley was the Apostle Paul of the Darwinian movement, and one main result of his active propagandism...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly, Volume 12

Presbyterianism - 1898
...address before the British Association for the Advancement of Science, sums up the case in these words : 'So much for the history of the progress of Redi's...victorious along the whole line at the present day.' Says Pasteur, in a lecture at the Sorbonne, 1864 : 'There is not one circumstance known at the present...
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Thomas Henry Huxley

Edward Clodd - Naturalists - 1902 - 252 pages
...and water without the aid of light. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but I beg you once more to recollect that I have no...opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith. 1 The success which has attended the search after fundamental likeness between the earth and its living,...
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The New Old Healing

Henry Wood - Medicine - 1908 - 304 pages
...matter. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but I beg you once more to recall that I have no right to call my opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith." This is significant, for if there is a single term of which scientists are especially shy it is faith....
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The Science-history of the Universe, Volume 5

Francis Rolt-Wheeler - Science - 1909
...and water, without the aid of light. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but I beg you once more to recollect that I have no...opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith." The second question to be considered is that of spontaneous generation. The view that life originally...
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The Science-history of the Universe, Volume 5

Francis Rolt-Wheeler - Science - 1909
...water, without the aid of light. That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me ; hut I beg you once more to recollect that I have no right...opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith." The second question to be considered is that of spontaneous generation. The view that life originally...
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The Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota, Volume 5

University of North Dakota - 1915
...can recall his infancy, I should expect to be a witness of living protoplasm from not living matter. I have no right to call my opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith." Religion and science part company here — science to bow in awe before a mystery of which she knows...
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