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  • Our vicious habit of seeking the explanation of everything -- even thought and emotion -- in materiality, has betrayed us into the error of attributing to organic and environic changes the very power by which they are produced.

    Four-Dimensional Vistas

  • The organic and environic rearrangements incident to obscure rotations in higher space are like the changes a mirror-image undergoes as an object draws near and then recedes from its plane.

    Four-Dimensional Vistas

  • Some of them will sooner or later be destroyed, while others will survive, but which of them will survive, is obviously dependent upon whether their particular changes agree with the existing environic conditions or not.

    Species and Varieties, Their Origin by Mutation

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