Charles Darwin Quote

I must premise, that I have nothing to do with the origin of the primary mental powers, any more than I have with that of life itself. We are concerned only with the diversities of instinct and of the other mental qualities of animals within the same class.


chapter VII: "Instinct", page 207 - On the Origin of Species (1859)

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I must premise, that I have nothing to do with the origin of the primary mental powers, any more than I have with that of life itself. We are...

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I must premise, that I have nothing to do with the origin of the primary mental powers, any more than I have with that of life itself. We are...

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I must premise, that I have nothing to do with the origin of the primary mental powers, any more than I have with that of life itself. We are...

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I must premise, that I have nothing to do with the origin of the primary mental powers, any more than I have with that of life itself. We are...