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THE CONTINUITY OF EVOLUTION. THE SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE VERSUS THE SCIENCE OF LIFE, AS REPRESENTED BY PROF. F. MAX MÜLLER AND PROF. GEORGE JOHN ROMANES

The Monist
Vol. 2, No. 1 (October, 1891), pp. 70-94
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27896916
Page Count: 25
Subjects: History of Science & Technology Philosophy
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THE CONTINUITY OF EVOLUTION. THE SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE VERSUS THE SCIENCE OF LIFE, AS REPRESENTED BY PROF. F. MAX MÜLLER AND PROF. GEORGE JOHN ROMANES
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[Footnotes]
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    The Logos Theory, by Ludwig Noiré. Translated from the German. The Open Court, iii. p. 2196. English translations of Noiré's most important articles con- cerning the origin of language, have appeared in Nos. 33, 137, 139, 141, 142 of The Open Court.
  • Three Lectures on the Science of Language, p. 47.
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    Prof. Lloyd Morgan, Animal Life and Intel- ligence, p. 325.
  • The Origin of Mind, in The Monist, Vol. I. No. I.
  • *
    L. c., p. 281.