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" ... then, lies the gist of the whole matter. The progress is one, not of internal power, but of external advantage. The child born in a civilized land, is not likely, as such, to be superior to one born among barbarians ; and the difference which ensues... "
History of Civilization in England - Сторінка 162
автори: Henry Thomas Buckle - 1858
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Histoire de la philosophie cartésienne, Том 1

Francisque Bouillier - 1854 - 616 стор.
...among barbarians ; and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which the two children are respectively nurtured." Now this is altogether opposed to fact, and the source of this and of almost all Mr. Buckle's errors...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1857
...caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external circumstances, — by which are meant the surrounding opinions, knowledge, associations,...which the two children are respectively nurtured." From history we cannot fail to perceive that the standard of morals and of knowledge is continually...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Том 203

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1857
...barbarians ; and the diffi rence which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external circumstances, — by which arc meant the surrounding opinions, knowledge, associations, — in a word, the entire mental atmosphere...
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Fraser's Magazine, Том 60

1859
...among barbarians ; and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...a word, the entire mental atmosphere in which the twochildren are respectively nurtured. — p. 162. The confident tone of this passage, combined with...
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Thoughts in Aid of Faith: Gathered Chiefly from Recent Works in Theology and ...

Sara S. Hennell - 1860 - 413 стор.
...among barbarians ; and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which the two children are respectively nurtured." Compare with this, — chiefly for the analogy, but also for the needed correction, or addition, which...
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The education of the feelings [by C. Bray].

1860
...among barbarians ; and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which the two children are respectively nurtured." Now this is altogether opposed to fact, and the source of this and of almost all Mr. Buckle's errors...
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History of Civilization in England, Том 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1864
...among barbarians; and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...surrounding opinions, knowledge. associations, in a wrord, the entire mental atmosphere in which the two children are respectively nurtured. On this account...
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A Handbook of Phrenology

Cornelius Donovan - 1870 - 192 стор.
...among barbarians, and the difference which ensues between the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which the two children are respectively nurtured." We have here the clear expression of an opinion which still prevails among the majority of even well-educated...
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Darwinism and Other Essays

John Fiske - 1879 - 283 стор.
...book. See Stuart-Glennie's Pilgrim Memories, p. 196.] the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which the two children are respectively nurtured." 1 This is only bringing up again the old dispute about " the innate " and " the acquired," which has...
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Darwinism and Other Essays

John Fiske - 1879 - 283 стор.
...book. See Stuart-Glennie's Pilgrim Memories, p. 196.] the acts of the two children will be caused, so far as we know, solely by the pressure of external...which I mean the surrounding opinions, knowledge, associations—in a word, the entire mental atmosphere in which the two children are respectively nurtured."...
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