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" The term, general good, may be defined as the rearing of the greatest number of individuals in full vigour and health, with all their faculties perfect, under the conditions to which they are subjected. "
The Academy - Página 178
1871
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - 1871 - 358 páginas
...nothing in its favour. Mr. Wallace, in his review of Darwin in the Academy (March 15, 1871,) says : " Mr. Darwin concludes that the moral sense is fundamentally...individuals can be reared in full vigour and health, DISTINCTION BETWEEN SOCIAL AND MORAL. 135 with all their faculties perfect under the conditions to...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volume 1

Charles Darwin - 1871 - 475 páginas
...however, certainly been developed for the general good of the community. The term, general good, may be defined as the means by which the greatest possible...perfect, under the conditions to which they are exposed. As the social instincts both of man and the lower animals have no doubt been developed by the same...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - 1871 - 358 páginas
...relation to its organic and inorganic conditions of life." He also says, " The term general good may be defined as the means by which the greatest possible...perfect, under the conditions to which they are exposed, "f Surely the most bigoted Intuitionist must admit that Nature, so far at least, is a Utilitarian;...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - 1871 - 358 páginas
...relation to its organic and inorganic conditions of life." He also says, " The term general good may be defined as the means by which the greatest possible...under the conditions to which they are exposed."! ' ' Surely the most bigoted Intuitionist must admit that Nature, so far at least, is a Utilitarian...
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The Descent of man, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - 1871
...however, certainly been developed for the general good of the community. The term, general good, may be defined as the means by which the greatest possible number of individuals can be reared in full vigor and health, with all their faculties perfect, under the conditions to which they are exposed....
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Food Journal, Volume 2

1872
...influence, or authority, contribute something towards that " general good" which Darwin so well describes as " the means by which the greatest possible number...perfect, under the conditions to which they are exposed." ET WILSON-, MB • The Workshops Regulation Act, 1867, made as Ejsy as Possible for the of Masters,...
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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - 1874 - 688 páginas
...species. The term, general good, may be defined as the rearing of the greatest number of individuals in full vigour and health, with all their faculties perfect, under the conditions to which they ure subjected. As the social instincts both of man and the lower animals have no doubt been developed...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 10

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1876
...instincts have been developed for the general good of the community. The term, general good, may be defined as the means by which the greatest possible...be reared in full vigour and health, with all their faculities perfect, under the conditions to which they are exposed. As the social instincts both of...
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Mind, Volume 1

1876
...— to consist in " the rearing of the greatest number of individuals in full health and vigour [and with all their faculties perfect]* under the conditions to which they are subject." Here we have a very different notion from Happiness offered us as representing the ultimate...
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Mind, Volume 1

1876
...— to consist in "the rearing of the greatest number of > individuals in full health and vigour [and with all their faculties perfect]* under the conditions to which they are subject." Here we have a very different notion from Happiness offered us as representing the ultimate...
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