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" The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate them it would be necessary to have all the evolution over again on a new basis. What was decided among the prehistoric Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament. "
Science, Sex, and Society - Page 303
by Ann E. Kammer - 1979 - 569 pages
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 32

1895
...may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate them it would be necessary to carry out the entire evolution over again on a new basis. What was decided...protozoa cannot be annulled by act of Parliament. . . . We must insist upon the biological considerations underlying the relation of the sexes, which...
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The Evolution of Sex

Sir Patrick Geddes, John Arthur Thomson - 1889 - 322 pages
...itself in the distinctions between male and female, whether these be physical or mental. The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament. In this mere outline we cannot of course do more than indicate the relation of the biological differences...
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On Shibboleths

William Samuel Lilly - 1892 - 261 pages
...female, whether these be physical or mental .... it would be necessary to have the evolution over 1 again, on a new basis. What was decided among the...Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament.*/ * Nature is stronger than the most strong-minded ladies. Holicre was a true prophet when he wrote,...
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Woman Free

Ellis Ethelmer - 1893 - 222 pages
...itself in the distinctions between male and female, whether these be physical or mental. The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament." — Geddes and Thomson (" Evolution of Sex," p. 267). 3, 4. — " . . . not by aping falser sex shall...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 32

1895 - 1024 pages
...itself in the distinctions between male and female, whether these be physical or mental. The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate them it would be necessary to carry out the entire evolution over again on a new basis. What was decided among the prehistoric protozoa...
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Metaphysical Magazine: A Monthly Review of the Occult Sciences ..., Volume 15

1901 - 526 pages
...itself in the distinctions between male and female, whether these be physical or mental. The differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...Protozoa cannot be annulled by Act of Parliament." Those differences, psychical as well as physical, are established in the parental factors whose unitary...
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting Held at ...

National Educational Association (U.S.) - 1903
...only influence of the body upon the mind. There are other real sex differences. " These differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...over again on a new basis. What was decided among prehistoric protozoa cannot be amended by act of Congress,"" nor banished by prudery, personal ambition,...
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting

National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1903
...only influence of the body upon the mind. There are other real sex differences. " These differences may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...over again on a new basis. What was decided among prehistoric protozoa cannot be amended by act of Congress,"* nor banished by prudery, personal ambition,...
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The Arena, Volume 35

1906 - 750 pages
...itself in the distinction between male and female, whether these be physical or mental. The difference may be exaggerated or lessened, but to obliterate...evolution over again on a new basis. What was decided amongst the prehistoric protozoa cannot be amended by an act of congress. The biologic difference between...
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Political Science Quarterly, Volume 23

1908 - 820 pages
...that political evolution shall proceed slowly, and, to quote the striking words of a recent writer: " What was decided among the prehistoric protozoa cannot be annulled by act of parliament." ' Still it is true that the progress of political evolution, as well as of biologic, can be greatly...
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