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The methods were not phylogenetic, as they have since become under the influence of evolutionary belief.
He has been hugely vituperated by evolutionary philosophers for his mania for the "age of gold" and his disbelief in progress.
SUSPENDED JUDGMENTSJOHN COWPER POWYS
Even the Babylonians made their guesses at an evolutionary theory of the universe.
BROWNING AND HIS CENTURYHELEN ARCHIBALD CLARKE
To the discontinuous variations Darwin attached very little importance from an evolutionary point of view.
This principle plainly shows an evolutionary tendency of all living particles toward a final state of complete intelligence.
BORN AGAINALFRED LAWSON
You see we've grown not a little conceited—so at least it seems to me—on our evolutionary journey up from the primordial cell.
It is a glorious subject—a subject which lies at the very root of evolutionary philosophy.
Chance and disorder find no place in Nature; every stage of the evolutionary process is the result of law-controlled factors.
The broad light of evolutionary study has removed this contemptible excuse.
CONCERNING CHILDRENCHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN
Certainly no one can establish the value of the evolutionary process in and of itself.