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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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Discourses Biological and Geological: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - Biology - 1913 - 392 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...faith. So much for the history of the progress of Eedi's great doctrine of Biogenesis, which appears to me, with the limitations I have expressed, to...
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The Evolution of the Earth and Its Inhabitants: A Series of Lectures ...

Joseph Barrell, Charles Schuchert, Lorande Loss Woodruff, Richard Swann Lull, Ellsworth Huntington - Climatology - 1918 - 208 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...call my opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith."21 Thus since biologists are at the present time absolutely unable, and probably will be for...
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The Evolution of the Earth and Its Inhabitants: A Series of Lectures ...

Joseph Barrell - Climatology - 1918 - 208 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 right to call1 my opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith."21 Thus since biologists are at the present...
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Foundations of Biology

Lorande Loss Woodruff - Biology - 1922 - 476 pages
...protoplasm from not living matter. . . . 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." Since so far as is known all life now arises from preexisting life and has done so since matter first...
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Talks on Truth for Teachers and Thinkers

Thomas Hughes - 1923 - 406 pages
...Generation," says of it in particular: "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." When he repeated this Creed of his, he gave a chief reason for his belief. In an article on "Mr. Darwin's...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 107

1870
...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 right to call my opinion anything but an act oi philosophical faith. So much for the history of the progress of Redi's great doctrine of Biogenesis,...
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Early Creationist Journals

Ronald L. Numbers - Religion - 1995 - 629 pages
...words in a wrong sense. . . . That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but 1 beg you once more to recollect that I have no right to call my opinion anything hut an act of philosophical faith." that the daughter theory has proven to be so completely false....
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Sparks of Life: Darwinism and the Victorian Debates Over Spontaneous Generation

James E. Strick - Science - 2009 - 304 pages
...in the past . . . That is the expectation to which analogical reasoning leads me; but I beg you ... to recollect that I have no right to call my opinion anything but an act of philosophical faith."48 Huxley was walking his tightrope. This hedging produced outrage, however, among anti-Darwinians...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1870
...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...faith. So much for the history of the progress of Eedi's great doctrine of Biogenesis, which appears to me, with the limitations I have expressed, to...
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