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" American descendants, with their boastful cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty : but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin. "
Not By Genes Alone: How Culture Transformed Human Evolution - Стр. 283
авторы: Peter J. Richerson, Robert Boyd - 2008 - Страниц: 342
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of ..., Объемы 1-2

Charles Darwin - 1846 - Страниц: 336
...cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty: but it is a consolation to reflect that we, at least, have made a greater sacrifice than ever made by any nation to expiate our sin. On the last day of August we anchored for the second time at Porto Praya, in the Cape de Verd Archipelago;...
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Journal of Researches Into the Geology and Natural History of the Various ...

Charles Darwin - 1908 - Страниц: 496
...boastful cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty: but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin. On the last day of August we anchored for the second time at Porto Praya in the Cape de Verd archipelago;...
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The Voyage of the Beagle

Charles Darwin - 1909 - Страниц: 547
...cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty : but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin. On the last day of August we anchored for the second time at Porto Praya in the Cape de Verd archipelago;...
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Inscribing Science: Scientific Texts and the Materiality of Communication

Timothy Lenoir - 1998 - Страниц: 457
...boastful cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty; but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin" (Darwin, Diary, 1845 version, p. 500). 29. Darwin, Correspondence 3:380. 30. Charles Darwin, The Origin...
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Evolution and Ethics: Human Morality in Biological and Religious Perspective

Philip Clayton, Jeffrey Schloss - 2004 - Страниц: 339
...poor slave was being tortured, yet knew that I was as powerless as a child even to remonstrate. And it ends, It makes one's blood boil, yet heart tremble,...[Britain freed the slaves in all her colonies in 1838.] Gruber notes that Darwin's deep antipathy to slavery was shared with his extended family circle, though...
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The Victorians

A. N. Wilson - 2004 - Страниц: 724
...cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty; but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least, have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin.'6 British self-congratulation on the subject was tempered by commercial self-interest. The abolition...
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