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The book as modern biology teaches us to believe, is nothing more than the latest, highest, and most involved exemplification, in the human race, of that almost universal selective process. In our own species, the selective process is marked by all the features common to selection throughout the whole animal kingdom; but it is also, as might be expected, far more specialized, far more individualized, far more cognizant of personal traits and minor peculiarities. What we all fall in love with, then, as a race, is in most cases efficiency and ability.

ประเภท
นวนิยายและวรรณคดี
เผยแพร่เมื่อ
1935
1 มกราคม
ภาษา
EN
อังกฤษ
ความยาว
453
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ผู้จัดพิมพ์
Public Domain
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xead bi ,

Really? Plz find new words put again.

Word to be had together form where? Then you had to see on your eyes that you ! Sure?

หนังสือเพิ่มเติมโดย Grant Allen