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" ... revolve around it ; and each of these Planets is the seat of an animal and vegetable creation. Among these Planets, some, we do not yet know how many, are occupied by rational and responsible creatures, like Man ; and the only matter which perplexes... "
The unity of worlds and of nature: three essays on the spirit of inductive ... - Seite 288
von Baden Powell - 1856 - 556 Seiten
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The North British Review, Bände 20-21

Allan Freer - 1854
...creatures like man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system."— Pp. 120-122. That any educated man, who has studied astronomy, should speak of a nebula as a luminous...
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The Plurality of Worlds ...

William Whewell - 1854 - 307 Seiten
...creatures, like Man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system." 13. In discussing such matters as these, where our knowledge and our ignorance are so curiously blended...
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More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian

Sir David Brewster - 1854 - 259 Seiten
...creatures like man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system." l This, surely, is neither the language nor the tone of a man of science in search of truth, or holding...
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The Plurality of Worlds ...

William Whewell - 1854 - 307 Seiten
...creatures, like Man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system." 13. In discussing such matters as these, where our knowledge and our ignorance are so curiously blended...
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More Worlds Than One: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian

Sir David Brewster - 1854 - 262 Seiten
...creatures like man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system."1 This, surely, is neither the language nor the tone of a man of science in search of truth,...
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Essays on the Spirit of the Inductive Philosophy: The Unity of Worlds and ...

Baden Powell - 1855 - 503 Seiten
...speculations confer on them. Alleged Thus, in a kind of ironical tone, the supposed adin some in- vocatc of a plurality of worlds is represented as stances...put our theology into its due place and form in our system."s Thus far, however, we do not exactly make out what the precise source of this perplexity...
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Of the plurality of worlds: an essay [by W. Whewell. With] A dialogue

William Whewell - 1855
...creatures, like Man; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system.' 13 In discussing such matters as these, where our knowledge and our ignorance are so curiously blended...
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The Plurality of Worlds

William Whewell - 1855 - 368 Seiten
...creatures, like Man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system." 13. In discussing such matters as these, where our knowledge and our ignorance are so curiously blended...
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Oxford essays, by members of the University

Oxford essays - 1855
...creatures, like Man ; and the only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is, that we do not quite see how to put our theology into its due place and form in our system.' (Essay, pp. 215, 216.) We certainly do not wish to adopt without reserve either the teaching or the...
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Astro-theology; or, The religion of astronomy: four lectures, in reference ...

Edward Higginson - 1855 - 96 Seiten
...Worlds" to say : " The only matter which perplexes us, holding this belief on astronomical grounds, is that we do not quite see how to put our theology into due place and form in our system."— P. 216. Again he describes the difficulty as taking this shape...
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