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" When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic, and faithful members, who were always ready to warn each other... "
The Evolution of Woman: An Inquiry Into the Dogma of Her Inferiority to Man - Page 59
by Eliza Burt Gamble - 1894 - 356 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 113

Edmund Burke - History - 1872
...of man have acquired them by natural selection, as the lower animals have done ; that is to say, " when two tribes of primeval man living in the same country came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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The Descent of man, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Human evolution - 1871
...progenitors of man jin a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, j aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - Electronic books - 1871 - 475 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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The Annual Register, Volume 113

Edmund Burke - History - 1872
...of man have acquired them by natural selection, as the lower animals have done ; that is to say, " when two tribes of primeval man living in the same country came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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Annual Register

History - 1872
...of man have acquired them by natural selection, as the lower animals have done ; that is to say, " when two tribes of primeval man living in the same country came into competition, if the one tribe included (other circumstances being equal) a greater number of courageous, sympathetic,...
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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Volume 1

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1898 - 688 pages
...progenitors of man in a similar manner, namely, through natural selection, aided by inherited habit. When two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, if (other cireumstances being equal) the one tribe included a great number of courageous, sympathetic and faithful...
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Intelligence in Plants and Animals: Being a New Edition of the Author's ...

Thomas George Gentry - Animal intelligence - 1900 - 489 pages
...habit. In the never-ceasing wars of savages, fidelity and courage are all-important, and certainly when two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, the one that contained the greatest number of courageous, sympathetic and faithful members, who were...
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INTELLIGENCE IN PLANTS AND ANIMALS

THOMAS G GENTRY - 1900
...habit. In the never-ceasing wars of savages, fidelity and courage are all-important, and certainly when two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country, came into competition, the one that contained the greatest number of courageous, sympathetic and faithful members, who were...
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Proceedings at the ... Annual Meeting of the ..., Volume 40, Parts 1907-1914

Religion - 1907
...and the elements that have gone into its constitution. Let me quote Darwin again. When, he says, " two tribes of primeval man, living in the same country,...were always ready to warn each other of danger, to act and defend each other, this tribe would succeed better and conquer the other." Such a tribe would...
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The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche

Henry Louis Mencken - 1908 - 325 pages
...side, and if, in one of them, the unfit were permitted to perish, while in the other there were many " courageous, sympathetic and faithful members, who were always ready to warn each other of danger, and to aid and defend one another " — that in such a case, the latter tribe would make the most progress,...
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