The Biocosmos, the Processes of Life Psychologically Ordered (Classic Reprint)

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Charles Darwin, supreme biologist of all time, and as we title him, the Hero of the Biocosmos, replying to certain objectors who caviled at his use of scientific terms, replies It is difficult to avoid personifying the word Nature, and he seemingly does not try very hard to overcome the difficulty. But why does the mind instinctively speak of Nature as a person, thus endowing it with a psychical element?2 Does this belong to Nature, or is it forced upon the same from the outside by ourselves? Here indeed we touch the deepest problem of Nature - a problem which she is always bringing up to the surface. Darwin in the same passage goes on to say: I mean.

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