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" cast out an orphan of nature, naked and helpless, into the savage forest, must have perished before he could have learned how to supply his most immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not... "
An Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human ... - Page 2
by Samuel Stanhope Smith - 1810 - 411 pages
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Introductory Lectures on Political Economy: Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Economics - 1847 - 344 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. " Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree, &c. &c. If we believe, that in this deplorable condition, he could have found means to sustain life,...
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Introductory Lectures on Political-economy, Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Civilization - 1855 - 396 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. " Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree, &c. &c. If we believe, that in this deplorable condition, he could have found means to sustain life,...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 37

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1868 - 904 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree ? " &c. Exactly the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certaiiily...
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The Anthropological Review: A Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 2; Volume 6

Anthropological Society of London - Anthropology - 1868 - 688 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree ?" &c., ifcc. Just the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certainly...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 37

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1868 - 896 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have teen created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree ? '' &c. Exactly the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certainly...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Anthropology - 1871 - 470 pages
...created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers. Fiow long must it have been before he could have known...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree ! ' &c. &c. Exactly the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certainly...
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Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or ..., Volume 6

Victoria Institute (Great Britain) - Religion and science - 1873 - 518 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree,' &c., &c. Exactly the same, however, [adds Sir John] might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee,...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Anthropology - 1875 - 646 pages
...diate and urgent wants. Supposing him to have been created, ' or to have started into being one knows not how, in the full ' strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or ' how to apply them to climb the tree ! ' &c. &c. Exactly the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certainly...
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Report of the ... and ... Meetings of the British ..., Volume 37, Part 1867

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1868 - 920 pages
...immediate and urgent wants. Suppose him to have been created, or to have started into being, one knows not how, in the full strength of his bodily powers,...his limbs, or how to apply them to climb the tree ? " &c. Exactly the same, however, might be said of the gorilla or the chimpanzee, which certainly...
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