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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., Volym 5
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1876
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volym 19
Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1890
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., Volym 9
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1880
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Sidan 79 - The difference between mind in the lower animals and in man is a difference in degree only ; it is not a specific difference. All who have studied animals by actual observation, and even those who have given a candid attention to the subject in books, must attain more or less clear convictions of this truth, notwithstanding all the obscurity which prejudice may have engendered.
Sidan 173 - President, in the Chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The following presents were announced, and the thanks of the meeting voted to the respective donors : — FOR THE LIBRARY. From the SOCIETY. — Monthly Notices of the Royal Society of Tasmania; Meteorological Observations for Hobart Town, 1872.
Sidan 200 - Vice-President, in the Chair. The Minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The following presents were announced, and the thanks of the meeting voted to the respective donors : — FOR THE LIBRARY. From Sir JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart., FRS — A collection of pamphlets, by various authors, bearing upon Anthropological Subjects.
Sidan 29 - From the ASSOCIATION. — Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland.
Sidan 82 - ... that man cannot, on his first trial, make, for instance, a stone hatchet or a canoe, through his power of imitation. He has to learn his work by practice; a beaver, on the other hand, can make its dam or canal, and a bird its nest, as well, or nearly as well, and a spider its wonderful web, quite as well, the first time it tries as when old and experienced.
Sidan 79 - We cannot deny to animals all participation in rational endowments, without shutting our eyes to the most obvious facts ; — to indications of reasoning, which the unprejudiced observation of mankind has not failed to recognise and appreciate. Without adverting to the...
Sidan 48 - In looking over a good county map we are surprised by seeing the systematic succession of places ending in -den, -holt, -wood, -hurst, -fold, and other words which invariably denote forests and outlying pastures in the woods.
Sidan 128 - It is true that few of our existing species, or even genera, have as yet been found in miocene strata ; but if man constitutes a separate family of mammalia, as he does in the opinion of the highest authorities, then, according to all pateontological analogies, he must have had representatives in miocene times.
Sidan 127 - ... with arched neck, lozenge-shaped chest, long body, straight forelegs, and broad feet. There are also ! traces of seven or eight other figures, which, ! together with the hind quarters of the first, are nearly obliterated. The whole design encircles the exterior portion of the fragment, which measures nine inches in diameter and five in thickness. I have also found, not far from the site of the engraved bone, in different parts of the same cliff a flint...