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" I conclude that each generation has enormous power over the natural gifts of those that follow, and maintain that it is a duty... "
The Poetics of DNA - 160. lappuse
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 132. sējums

1870
...towards the degradation of human nature, and that others are working towards its improvement. I conclude that each generation has enormous power over the natural gifts of those that ibllow, and maintain that it is a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power, and...
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Herald of Health, 19. sējums

1872
...toward its improvement. I conclude that emch geoeration has enormous power orer thi» natural gifte of those that follow, and maintain that it is a duty...to exercise it in a way that, without being unwise toward ourselves, shall be most advantageous to future inhabitants of the earth. . . . . . . The plan...
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Education and Religion; Their Mutual Connection and Relative Bearings. With ...

David Kay - 1873 - 230 lapas
...that he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.' " — (Dr. I. WATTS.) " I conclude that each generation has enormous power over the natural...it is a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the source of that power, and to exercise it in a way that, without being unwise towards ourselves, shall...
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Modern 'science' [ed. by W. Newton]. No.1. A scientific view of mr. Francis ...

Francis Lloyd (of the universities of Halle and Athens.), sir Francis Galton - 1876 - 48 lapas
...towards the degradation of human nature, and that others are working towards its improvement. I conclude that each generation has enormous power over the natural...humanity to investigate the range of that power, and to investigate it in a way that, without being unwise to ourselves, shall be most advantageous to the...
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Annual Report, 3-4. sējumi

Rhode Island. State Board of Health - 1881
...In the introductory chapter to his work entitled Hereditary Genius Mr. Galton well says, "I conclude each generation has enormous power over the natural...gifts of those that follow, and maintain that it is a duly we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power. and to exercise it in a way that, without...
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A System of Practical and Scientific Physiognomy: Or, How to Read Faces ...

Mary Olmstead Stanton - 1890
...tells us that Each generation has enormous power over the natural sifts of tlio<e that follow, and I maintain that it is a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power and to exereise it in a way that, without heing unwise to ourselves, shall be most advantageous to future...
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Hereditary Genius: An Inquiry Into Its Laws and Consequences

Francis Galton - 1891 - 390 lapas
...and that others are working towards its improvement. I conclude that each generation has enor-f mous power over the natural gifts of those that follow,! and maintain that -fT'is"a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power, and to exercise it in a way...
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Heredity and Human Progress

W. Duncan McKim - 1900 - 283 lapas
...might be speedily effected, were we able to regulate wisely the matter of parentage. Says Galton: " Each generation has enormous power over the natural gifts of those that follow. . . . It is a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power, and to exercise it in...
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What a Young Wife Ought to Know

Emma Frances Angell Drake - 1901 - 288 lapas
...has enormous powers over the natural gifts of those that follow, and maintain that it is a duty that we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that...to exercise it in a way that, without being unwise toward ourselves, shall be most advantageous to the future inhabitants of the earth." Mr. Darwin maintains...
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The Encyclopedia of Face and Form Reading; Or Personal Traits, Both Physical ...

Mrs. Mary Olmstead Stanton - 1903 - 1229 lapas
...fathers, although each should try to improve the quality of both lungs and muscle. Mr. Galton tells us that Each generation has enormous power over the natural gifts of those that follow, and I maintain that it is a duty we owe to humanity to investigate the range of that power and to exercise...
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