Whatever else religion is, therefore, it is the supremest poetry of the soul, reflecting like nothing else all that is deepest, most generic and racial in it.
Woman, as we saw, in every fiber of her soul and body is a more generic creature than man, nearer to the race, and demands more and more with advancing age an education that is essentially liberal and humanistic.
In a word, religion is the most generickind of culture as opposed to all systems or departments which are one sided.
Other authors have regarded it as of distinctgeneric rank; thus it has been termed Palaeoanthropus heidelbergensis by Bonarelli.
Several oldish authors have used Lepas exclusively for the pedunculate division, and the name has been given to the family and compounded in sub-generic names.
Anatifera and Anatifa were used as generic names for what Linnaeus and Darwin called Lepas anatifera.
Conchoderma; [Oken] in 1815 gave the name Branta to Lepas aurita and vittata, and by so doing he alters essentially Olfers' generic definition.
By the selection of analogous and less differences fanciers make almost generic differences in their pigeons; and can you see any good reason why the Natural Selection of analogous individual differences should not make new species?
Similar observations of elementary good sense can be made regarding the other categories, as, for example, the generic one of the ornate.
May it not be a residuum of criticisms and of negations from which arises merely the necessity to posit a generic intuitive activity?
Regarded systematically, the cerebral differences of man and apes are not of more than generic value; his Family distinction resting chiefly on his dentition, his pelvis, and his lower limbs.
Most of these generic names have dropped all suffixes and affixes.
To thisgeneric class belongs every name that suggests the familiar objects of the country.
Should you, on the other hand, say that we apprehend the thing as silver because it possesses the generic characteristics of silver, we ask whether these generic characteristics are real or unreal.
Self; just as there is simultaneous cognition of the generic character and the individual.
And if through perception we did not apprehend difference--as marked by generic character, &c.
Hence the importance of realising the distinction between the two generic forms of naval activity.
If, then, we only regard war between contiguous continental States, in which the object is the conquest of territory on either of their frontiers, we get no real generic difference between limited and unlimited war.
There are three plants cultivated in the gardens of the curious to which Bulbocodium is applied, either as a generic or a trivial name, viz.
Some philological nidderings have classed them under the generic name Bantu, and every traveller ambitious of being comprehended among the scientific, adds his testimony and influence to perpetuate this most unscientific term.
The following are thegeneric names of the plants collected by me, as named by the Pasha:-- 1.
Such a table was surmounted by a looking glass of the type now spoken of in a generic sense as Sheraton.
Under thegeneric term of "workbox" the curios of the household associated with the industrial handiwork of former days may well be reviewed.
The relation of the Bannock to neighboring Shoshone groups, denominated by the generic term, "Wihinait," is somewhat problematic and can best be understood from detailed consideration of the two populations.