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" The superiority of man to that of other terrestrial animals is as inconsiderable, in proportion to the immense plan of universal existence, as the difference of climate between the north and south end of the paper I now write upon, with regard to the... "
Autumnal Leaves: Tales and Sketches in Prose and Rhyme - Página 294
de Lydia Maria Child - 1857 - 365 páginas
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Miscellaneous pieces, in verse and prose [by S. Jenyns].

Soame Jenyns - 1770 - 452 páginas
...to the immenfe plan of univerfal Exiftence, as the difference of climate between the north and fouth end of the paper I now write upon, with regard to the heat and diftance of the Sun. There is nothing lead* us into fo many Errors concerning the works and defigns...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: Including Several Pieces Never ..., Volume 3

Soame Jenyns, Charles Nalson Cole - 1790
...to the immenfe plan of univerfal exiftence, as the difference of climate between the north and fouth end of the paper I now write upon, with regard to the heat and diftance of the fun. There is nothing leads us into fo many errors concerning the works and defigns...
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Examination of the Passages in the New Testament, Quoted from ..., Edições 1-9

Thomas Paine - 1810 - 384 páginas
...exempted from this common fate of all created beings ? The superiority of man to that of other terrestrial animals is as inconsiderable, in proportion to the...concerning the works and designs of Providence, as that foolish vanity that can persuade such insignificant creatures that all things were made for their...
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The Great Chain of Being

Arthur O. LOVEJOY, Lovejoy, Arthur Oncken Lovejoy, Professor Arthur O Lovejoy - 1936 - 382 páginas
...Bacon or a Newton it attains the summit." Yet, Jenyns adds, The superiority of man to other terrestrial animals is as inconsiderable, in proportion to the...with regard to the heat and distance of the sun." This sort of utterance did not, for its authors or contemporary readers, in the first half of the eighteenth...
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Animal Rights and Souls in the Eighteenth Century

Aaron V. Garrett - 1690 páginas
...of kind. Rather 'the superiority of Man to that of other terrestrial animals is as inconsiderable... as the difference of climate between the north and...upon, with regard to the heat and distance of the Sun' (Jenyns, 69). Thus Jenyns recognized that man's pretension to superiority over creation conflicted...
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The Chain of Being and the Cry of Nature

University of Chicago Press - 2003 - 284 páginas
...to the immenfe plan of tmiverfal Exiftence, as the difference of climate between the north and fouth end of the paper I now write upon, with regard to the heat and diftance of the Sun. F 3 There There is nothing leads us into fo many Errors concerning the works and...
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The Making of the Modern Self: identity and culture in eighteenth-century ...

Dror Wahrman - 2004 - 414 páginas
...poetically: "The superiority of Man to that of other terrestrial animals is, as inconsiderable ... as the difference of climate between the north and south end of the paper I now write upon." And for a final word, Viscount Bolingbroke: "Man is connected by his nature, and therefore, by the...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 20

1757
...to the immenfe plan of univerfal exiftence, as the difference of climate between the north and fouth end of the paper I now write upon, with regard to the heat and diftance of the fun. There is nothing loads us into fo many errors concerning the works and defigns...
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