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" Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails with mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to... "
The Evolution of Woman: An Inquiry Into the Dogma of Her Inferiority to Man - Page 63
by Eliza Burt Gamble - 1894 - 356 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 46; Volume 109

1887
.... . Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1874 - 705 pages
...qualities. Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman, as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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Original Essays: On the social relations of the sexes. Science and sectarian ...

S. Tolver Preston - Man-woman relationships - 1884 - 80 pages
..." The Descent of Man " (second edition), remarks : — "It is indeed fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...with mammals, otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

1887
...become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of cliameters to both sexes prevails with mammals; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 31

Science - 1887
.... . Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails with mammals ; otherwise it ia probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is hi...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The descent of man and seletion in relation to sex

Charles Darwin - Science - 1896
...qualities. Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...with mammals; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman, as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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Sociology and Social Progress: A Handbook for Students of Sociology

Thomas Nixon Carver - Sociology - 1905 - 810 pages
...qualities. Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 46; Volume 109

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1887
.... . Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 21

Nineteenth century - 1887
...... Thus man has ultimately bectime superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...mammals ; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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Women, the Family, and Freedom: 1750-1880

Susan G. Bell, Karen M. Offen - Social Science - 1983 - 561 pages
...qualities. Thus man has ultimately become superior to woman. It is, indeed, fortunate that the law of the equal transmission of characters to both sexes prevails...with mammals; otherwise it is probable that man would have become as superior in mental endowment to woman, as the peacock is in ornamental plumage to the...
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