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" ... idiosyncrasy and inherited tendencies of the individual which so greatly modify both the course of the disease and the action of remedies, so it is absolutely necessary for the statesman who would govern successfully, not to look upon human nature... "
The Journal of the Anthropological institute - Sidan 493
efter Royal anthropological institute - 1884
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volym 25

1884
...statesman who would govern successfully, not to look upon human nature in the abstract and endeavor to apply universal rules, but to consider the special...would to another be the cause of unendurable misery. No greater mistake could be made, for instance, than to apply to the case of the Egyptian fellah the...
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Nature, Volym 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1884
...rules, but to consider the special moral, intellectual, and social capabilities, wants, and aspiratiDns of each particular race with which he has to deal....would to another be the cause of unendurable misery. No greater mistake could be made, for instance, than to apply to the ca e of the Egyptian fellah the...
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The Academy, Volym 25

1884
...intellectual, and social capabilities, wants, and aspirations of each particular race with which he had to deal. A form of government under which one race would live happily would to another be the cause of unendurable misery. No greater mistake could, be made, for example,...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1894
...approved remedies for such disease, but will also take into careful account the peculiar idiosyncrasy and inherited tendencies of the individual, which...which one race would live happily and prosperously may to another be the cause of unendurable misery. All these questions, then, should be carefully studied...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volym 64

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1894
...approved remedies for such disease, but will also take into careful account the peculiar idiosyncrasy and inherited tendencies of the individual, which...which one race would live happily and prosperously may to another bo the cause of unendurable misery. All these questions, then, should be carefully studied...
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Essays on Museums and Other Subjects Connected with Natural History, by Sir ...

William Henry Flower - 1898 - 394 sidor
...approved remedies for such disease, but will also take into careful account the peculiar idiosyncrasy and inherited tendencies of the individual, which...which one race would live happily and prosperously may to another be the cause of unendurable misery. All these questions then should be carefully studied...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volym 64, Del 1894

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1894
...not to look upon human nature in the abstract and endeavour to apply universal rules, but to conaider the special moral, intellectual, and social capabilities,...which one race would live happily and prosperously may to another be the cause of unendurable misery. All these questions, then, should be carefully studied...
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Nature, Volym 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1884
...rules, but to consider the special moral, intellectual, and social capabilities, wants, and aspirator of each particular race with which he has to deal....government under which one race would live happily and prosperou-ly would to another be the cause of unendurable misery. No greater mistake could be made,...
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Journal of the American Medical Association

American Medical Association - 1884
...social capabilities, wants and aspirations of each pari884.] NECROLOGY. ticular race with which he had to deal. A form of government under which one race...live happily and prosperously, would to another be a source of unendurable misery. When they had to deal with Egyptian fellahs, African negroes, American...
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The Academy and Literature, Volym 25

1884
...intellectual, and social capabilities, wants, and aspirations of each particular race with which he had to deal. A form of government under which one race would live happily would to another b,e the cause of unendurable misery. No greater mistake could, be made, for example,...
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