Charles Darwin Quote

If man had not been his own classifier, he would never have thought of founding a separate order for his own reception.


The Descent of Man: And Selection in Relation to Sex (ed. 1888)

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If man had not been his own classifier, he would never have thought of founding a separate order for his own reception.

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If man had not been his own classifier, he would never have thought of founding a separate order for his own reception.

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If man had not been his own classifier, he would never have thought of founding a separate order for his own reception.

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If man had not been his own classifier, he would never have thought of founding a separate order for his own reception.