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6 Excerptation Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Excerptation Sayings By Thomas Henry Huxley: According to Teleology, each organism is like a rifle bullet fired straight at a mark; According to Teleology, each organism is like a rifle bullet fired straight at a mark; according to Darwin, organisms are like grapeshot of which one hits something and the rest fall wide.
For the teleologist an organism exists because it was made for the conditions in which it is found; for the Darwinian an organism exists because, out of many of its kind, it is the only one which has been able to persist in the conditions in which it is found.
Teleology implies that the organs of every organism are perfect and cannot be improved; the Darwinian theory simply affirms that they work well enough to enable the organism to hold its own against such competitors as it has met with, but admits the possibility of indefinite improvement. — Thomas Henry Huxley
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Excerptation Sayings By Dejan Stojanovic: Absolute equals nothingness. Absolute equals nothingness. — Dejan Stojanovic
Excerptation Sayings By George Lopez: Finally there is someone that you can invest in that looks like you, speaks like Finally there is someone that you can invest in that looks like you, speaks like you, relates to things you relate to, and make our culture okay to talk about. — George Lopez
Excerptation Sayings By Donna Tartt: Shakespearean words, foreign words, slang and dialect and made-up phrases from kids on the street Shakespearean words, foreign words, slang and dialect and made-up phrases from kids on the street corner: English has room for them all. And writers - not just literary writers, but popular writers as well - breathe air into English and keep it lively by making it their own, not by adhering to some style manual that gets handed out to college Freshmen in a composition class. — Donna Tartt
Excerptation Sayings By Douglas Crimp: Through reproductive technology, postmodernist art dispenses with the aura. The fiction of the creating subject Through reproductive technology, postmodernist art dispenses with the aura. The fiction of the creating subject gives way to a frank confiscation, quotation, excerptation, accumulation, and repetition of already existing images. Notions of originality, authenticity, and presence ... are undermined. — Douglas Crimp
Excerptation Sayings By Paul George: If there is going to be a Big Brother in the United States, it is If there is going to be a Big Brother in the United States, it is going to be us. The FBI. — Paul George