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" The various degrees of difference in the languages from the same stock, would have to be expressed by groups subordinate to groups ; but the proper or even only possible arrangement would still be genealogical ; and this would be strictly natural, as... "
British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ... - Página 217
1862
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The Logical Bases of Education

James Welton - 1899 - 288 páginas
...same stock, would have to be expressed by groups subordinate to groups; but the proper or even the only possible arrangement would still be genealogical;...would connect together all languages, extinct and recent, by the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue." 3 We see...
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, Or, The Preservation ...

Charles Darwin - 1902 - 454 páginas
...languages, whilst others (owing to the spreading and subsequent isolation and states of civilisation of the several races, descended from a common race)...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. In confirmation of this view, let us glance at the classification of varieties,...
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The Origin of Species

Charles Darwin - 1909 - 552 páginas
...same stock, would have to be expressed by groups subordinate to groups ; but the proper or even the only possible arrangement would still be genealogical...would connect together all languages, extinct and recent, by the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. In confirmation...
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Open Fields: Science in Cultural Encounter

Gillian Beer, King Edward VII Professor and President of Clare Hall Gillian Beer - 1996 - 341 páginas
...languages, whilst others (owing to the spreading and subsequent isolation and states of civilisation of the several races, descended from a common race)...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. In confirmation of this view, let us glance at the classification of varieties,...
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Charles Darwin's the Origin of Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays

David Amigoni - 1995 - 211 páginas
...slowly changing dialects had to be included, such an arrangement would, I think, be the only one . . . this would be strictly natural, as it would connect...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each new tongue." A telling indication of the hierarchical relationship of influence...
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The Human Inheritance: Genes, Language, and Evolution

Bryan Sykes - 1999 - 195 páginas
...changing dialects had to be included, such an arrangement would, I think, be the only possible one . . . this would be strictly natural, as it would connect...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. 1 1 This statement looks quite innocent but it does, in fact, introduce...
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Handbuch Der Orientalistik

George van Driem - 2001 - 462 páginas
...languages, whilst others (owing to the spreading and subsequent isolation and states of civilisation of the several races, descended from a common race)...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. (Darwin 1859: 454-455) Darwin's reasoning is flawed here. A genealogy of...
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On the Origin of Species

Charles Darwin - 2003 - 672 páginas
...languages, whilst others (owing to the spreading and subsequent isolation and states of civilisation of the several races, descended from a common race)...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue. In confirmation of this view, let us glance at the classification of varieties,...
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The Nick of Time: Politics, Evolution, and the Untimely

Elizabeth Grosz - 2004 - 314 páginas
...the same stock would have to be expressed by groups subordinate to groups; but the proper or even the only possible arrangement would still be genealogical;...would connect together all languages, extinct and recent, by the closest of affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue, (os 562-563)...
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Darwin and the Nature of Species

David N. Stamos - 2012 - 273 páginas
...genealogical, Darwin proceeds to "illustrate" his view "by taking the case of languages," of which he concludes "the proper or even only possible arrangement would...the closest affinities, and would give the filiation and origin of each tongue" (422—423). But it is in the Descent of Man (1871 I) that we find the most...
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