Typical Forms and Special Ends in Creation

It is a circumstance worthy of being noted , that the typical form is most clearly exhibited in the lower animals , whose wants and functions are ... In monstrosities the principle of order is not accommodated to the usual special end .

Typical Forms and Special Ends in Creation


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