The Science of Human Nature - The Original Classic Edition
by Pyle William
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Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Science of Human Nature.
This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Henry Pyle, which is now, at last, again available to you.
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Our usual inability to make such predictions in the case of human beings is not because human beings are not subject to the law of cause and effect, it is not that their acts are due to chance, but that the factors involved are usually many, and it is difficult for us to find out all of them.
...Putting these two facts together-(1) that the higher types of mind are found to-day only in the higher types of animals, and (2) that a gradual development of animal forms is shown by the remains in the earth's crust-the conclusion is forced upon us that mind has passed through many stages of development from the appearance of life upon the earth to the present time.
...The main point to notice in all this is that when two individuals having diverse characteristics are crossed, the characteristics do not fuse and disappear ultimately, but that the two characteristics are transmitted in equal ratio, and each will appear in succeeding generations, and will appear pure, just as if it had not been crossed with something different.
...Most of the experiments have been with lower animals and with plants, but recent experiments and statistical studies show that Mendelism is an important factor in human heredity, in such characteristics as color of hair and eyes and skin, partial color blindness, defects of eye, ear, and other important organs.
...If the mind is dependent in every feature on the body with its sense organs, this must give to this body and its sense organs an importance in our thought and scheme of things that they did not have before.
- Emereo Publishing, October 2012
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