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Who knows whether this vital circulus of the marine animality is not the starting point of all physical circulus?
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
Their civilization offers the spectacle of a fine social animality.
DECADENCE AND OTHER ESSAYS ON THE CULTURE OF IDEASREMY DE GOURMONT
In Rousseau or Walt Whitman it amounts to a sort of ecstatic animality that sets up as a divine illumination.
THE ART OF LETTERSROBERT LYND
The rough jostling, the discomfort and pitilessness, the utter animality of it all,—it is hard to conceive it even inadequately.
A MIDSUMMER DRIVE THROUGH THE PYRENEESEDWIN ASA DIX
Thus, all creatures which agree only in presenting the few distinctive marks of animality form the “Kingdom” Animalia.
MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE AND OTHER ESSAYSTHOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
It is evident that since man is descended from the animal creation he is not free from animality.
LANDMARKS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISMFRIEDRICH ENGELS
So that as regards man degrees of animality can only be differentiated to a greater or less degree.
LANDMARKS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIALISMFRIEDRICH ENGELS
Man is composed of matter and spirit; animality comes to its end in him, and the angel begins in him.
THE LILY OF THE VALLEYHONORE DE BALZAC
Was it possible that he was not incorrigibly gentle, but had in him some of that animality which she, in a sense, admired?
FRATERNITYJOHN GALSWORTHY
By soaring aloft into the serene region of spiritual ideas, a terrestrial soul can still free itself from its animality.
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