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" The consequence was that these gentle natures had no continuance, and thus, by a policy so singularly unwise and suicidal that I am hardly able to speak of it without impatience, the Church brutalized the breed of our forefathers. She acted precisely... "
CHAMBER'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE - Page 45
1901
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Hereditary Genius: An Inquiry Into Its Laws and Consequences

Francis Galton - 1869 - 390 pages
...mpatience, the Church brutalized the breed of our fore- ., fathers. She acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be, alone, the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use, who aimed at creating...
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Hereditary Genius

Sir Francis Galton - 1869 - 390 pages
...without impatience, the Church brutalized the breed of our forefathers. She acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be, alone, the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use, who aimed at creating...
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A Colloquy on the Utilitarian Theory of Morals Presented in Mr. W. E. H ...

Henry Bleckly - 1873 - 159 pages
...without impatience, the Church brutalised the breed of our forefathers. She acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be, alone, the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use who aimed at creating...
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Heredity: A Psychological Study of Its Phenomena, Laws, Causes, and Consequences

Théodule Ribot - 1875 - 393 pages
...without impatience, the Church brutalized the breed of our forefathers. She acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be alone the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use who aimed at creating...
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Modern 'science' [ed. by W. Newton]. No.1. A scientific view of mr. Francis ...

Francis Lloyd (of the universities of Halle and Athens.), sir Francis Galton - 1876 - 48 pages
...in any region of the globe. He goes on to say, " She " (the church) " acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be, alone, the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use, who aimed at creating...
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Scientific Meliorism and the Evolution of Happiness

Jane Hume Clapperton - 1885 - 443 pages
...without impatience, the Church brutalized the breed of our forefathers. She acted precisely as if she had aimed at selecting the rudest portion of the community to be alone the parents of future generations. She practised the arts which breeders would use who aimed at creating...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 3

1889
...has recently exhibited the effects of celibacy in a new light. Mr Gallon has remarked that the Homan Church has acted as if she ' aimed at selecting the...the priesthood, appears from this point of view to be ' singularly unwise and suicidal,' tending, as it must, though by imperceptible degrees, to the...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 3

1890
...him at certain times. It is the custom for the young candidate for orders to leave the seminary for a while to get a wife, and then return for ordination....the priesthood, appears from this point of view to be 'singularly unwise and suicidal,' tending, as it must, though by imperceptible degrees, to the deterioration...
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Chambers' Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 3

1891
...should become a widower, he cannot of course marry again, and no married priest can be made a oishop. The bishops are therefore, as a rule, taken from the...the priesthood, appears from this point of view to be 'singularly unwise and suicidal,' tending, as it must, though by imperceptible degrees, to the deterioration...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 3

1896
...exhibited the effects of celibacy in a new light. Mr Galton has remarked that the Roman Church has acted ae if she ' aimed at selecting the rudest portion of...for deeds of charity, meditation, or study to the unfmitful life of the cloister and the priesthood, appears from this point of view to be 'singularly...
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