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" Timbuctoo, then the notorious and conspicuous differences between them are wholly due to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg... "
Excursions of an Evolutionist - Strana 187
autor/autoři: John Fiske - 1883 - 379 str.
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The Popular Science Monthly: Supplement

1877
...between them are wholly due (it is here contended) to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo, they would now have been indistinguishable from the semi-barbarous negroes who inhabit that Central African metropolis...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Svazek 245

1878
...between them are wholly due (it is here contended) to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo, they would now have been indistinguishable from the semi-barbarous negroes who inhabit that Central African metropolis...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1896 - 332 str.
...conspicuous differences between them are wholly due to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo,...roaring trade in imitation sherry and indigestible port. . . . The differentiating agency must be sought in the great permament geographical features of land...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1912 - 332 str.
...conspicuous differences between them are wholly due to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo,...roaring trade in imitation sherry and indigestible port. . . . The differentiating agency must be sought in the great permament geographical features of land...
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An Outline of Method in History

Ellwood Wadsworth Kemp - 1896 - 300 str.
...quotation or so will serve to illustrate—" If the people who went to Hamburg," says Grant Allen, " had gone to Timbuctoo, they would now be indistinguishable...trade in imitation sherry and indigestible port." Even a writer of such marked ability and broad reading as Buckle has so riveted his belief in the absolute...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1896 - 332 str.
...be indistinguishable from the semi-barbarian negroes who inhabit that central African metropolis ; 1 and if the people who went to Timbuctoo had gone to...roaring trade in imitation sherry and indigestible port. . . . The differentiating agency must be sought in the great permament geographical features of land...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1896 - 332 str.
...conspicuous differences between them are wholly due to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo,...negroes who inhabit that central African metropolis ; 1 and if the people who went to Timbuctoo had gone to Hamburg, they would now have been white-skinned...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1896 - 332 str.
...be indistinguishable from the semi-barbarian negroes who inhabit that central African metropolis ; l and if the people who went to Timbuctoo had gone to...would now have been white-skinned merchants driving a roariag trade in imitation sherry and indigestible port. . . ^The differentiating agency must be sought...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Svazek 46

1880
...conspicuous differences between them are wholly due to the geographical position of the various races. If the people who went to Hamburg had gone to Timbuctoo,...negroes who inhabit that central African metropolis ; : aud if the people who went to Timbuctoo had gone to Hamburg they 1 No ! not even though they were...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Svazek 46

1880
...be indistinguishable from the semi-barbarian negroes who inhabit that central African metropolis ; l and if the people who went to Timbuctoo had gone to Hamburg they l No ! not even though they were bodily brothers ! The geographical factor utterly vanishes before...
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