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" ... highly probable, though not completely demonstrated, the applicability to living beings of the laws which have been ascertained with reference to dead matter, I feel constrained at the same time to admit the existence of a mysterious something lying... "
The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ... - Seite 584
herausgegeben von - 1869
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 111

Edmund Burke - 1870
...beyond ; a something svi generis, which I regard not as balancing and suspending the ordinary means, but as working with them, and through them, to the attainment of a designed end. What this something that we may call life may be, is a profound mystery. We know not how many links in the chain of secondary...
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The American Journal of Science, Band 98

1869
...admit the existence of a mysterious something lying beyond— a something sid generis, which I regard, not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical...mystery. We know not how many links in the chain of secondarv causation may yet remain behind ; we know not how few. It would be presumptuous indeed to...
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THE MEDICAL TIMES AND GAZETTE. A JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, LITERATURE ...

JOHN CHURCHILL - 1869
...admit the existence of a mysterious something lyingbeyond— a something sui generis, which Iregard not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical...which we call life, may be, is a profound mystery. Wo know not how many links in the chain of secondary causation may yet remain behind ; we know not...
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THE MEDICAL PRESS & CIRCULAR

The Medical Press & Circular.A Weekly Journal of Medicine and Medical Affairs.from June to December,1869 - 1869
...admit the existence of л mysterious something lying beyond — a something sui generie, which I regard not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical...through them to the attainment of a designed end. we should have reached even the last link of the chain-a stage where further progresa is unattainable,...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Band 5

1870
...the existence of a mysterious something lying beyond — a something, sui generis, which I regard, not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical...yet remain behind; we know not how few. It would be presump- ' tuous, indeed, to assume, in any case, that we had already reached the last link, and to...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 39

1870
...something sui generis, which I regard, not as balancing and suspending the ordinary physical laws, hut as working with them and through them to the attainment...which we call life, may be, is a profound mystery. Wo know not how many links in the chain of secondary causation may yet remain behind ; we know not...
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Proceedings, Band 24

1870
...mysterious something Ij'ing beyond ; a something — sui generis — which I regard not as balancing or suspending the ordinary physical laws, but as working...them to the attainment of a designed end. " What this mysterious something may be, is a profound mystery. We know not how many links in the chain of secondary...
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The Annual Register, Band 111

Edmund Burke - 1870
...beyond ; a something sui generis, which I regard not as balancing and suspending the ordinary means, but as working with them, and through them, to the attainment of a designed end. What this something that we may call life may be, is a profound mystery. We know not how many links in the chain of secondary...
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Annual Register

1870
...beyond ; a something sui 9eneris, which I regard not as balancing and suspending the ordinary means, but as working with them, and through them, to the attainment of a designed end. What this somethin9 that we may call life may be, is a profound mystery. We know not how many links in the chain...
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The Christian ambassador, ed. by C.C. McKechnie, Band 12

Colin Campbell M'Kechnie - 1874
...lying beyond or beneath an organism, a something sui generis working with and through physical laws, to the attainment of a designed end. What this something...which we call life may be, is a profound mystery." A something sui generis, peculiar to itself, and, therefore, not a property of matter. Dr. Tyndall,...
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