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" I affirm that the relation of the visible environment to the great man is in the main exactly what it is to the "variation "
Excursions of an Evolutionist - Strana 179
autor/autoři: John Fiske - 1883 - 379 str.
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The Miscellaneous Writings of John Fiske, Svazek 7

John Fiske - 1883
...so far as he speculates about the influence of great men, is to take them for granted, and inquire how far they affect the environment, and how far or...the variations in excess of length of proboscis to survive and leave offspring, while the variations in the opposite direction are starved out ; so that...
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Excursions of an Evolutionist

John Fiske - 1883 - 379 str.
...sociology is strictly analogous to the relation of the environment to the variation in biolog}' : " it chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys,...the variations in excess of length of proboscis to survive and leave offspring, while the variations in the opposite direction are starved out ; so that...
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Mental Physiology: Especially in Its Relations to Mental Disorders

Theophilus Bulkeley Hyslop - 1895 - 552 str.
...the great man is, in the main, exactly what it is to the ' variation ' in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys — in short, selects him." The determining causes of the great man are, continues James, " molecular, and invisible, and inaccessible,...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy

William James - 1896 - 332 str.
...to the great man is in the main exactly what it is to the ' variation' in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him. 1 And whenever it adopts and preserves the great man, it becomes modified by his influence in an entirely...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Svazek 47

1881
...so far as he speculates about the influence of great men, is to take them for granted, and inquire how far they affect the environment, and how far or...the variations in excess of length of proboscis to survive and leave offspring, while the variations in the opposite direction are starved out ; so that...
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Pluralism and Personality: William James and Some Contemporary Cultures of ...

Don S. Browning - 1980 - 280 str.
...to the great man is in the main exactly what it is to the "variation" in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him. And whenever it adapts and preserves the great man, it becomes modified by his influence in an entirely...
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Evolution and Social Life

Tim Ingold - 1986 - 431 str.
...to the great man is in the main exactly what it is to the "variation" in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him' (1898:226). But his appearance is a mere accident. James's argument is, of course, based on a serious...
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William James: His Life and Thought

Gerald Eugene Myers - 2001 - 628 str.
...environment to the great man is in the main exacdy what it is to the "variation" in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him. And whenever it adopts and preserves the great man, it becomes modified by his influence in an entirely...
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Dark Voices: W. E. B. Du Bois and American Thought, 1888-1903

Shamoon Zamir - 1995 - 294 str.
...to the great man is in the main exactly what it is to the 'variation' in the Darwinian philosophy. It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him" (GM 226). Individual "initiatives," the equivalents of Darwinian spontaneous variation, are subsumed...
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Twelve Great Philosophers: A Historical Introduction to Human Nature

Wayne P. Pomerleau - 1997 - 473 str.
...spontaneous variations in Darwinian thought — that is to say, the environment plays a selective role: "It chiefly adopts or rejects, preserves or destroys, in short selects him. And whenever it adopts and preserves the great man, it becomes modified by his influence in an entirely...
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