5 edition of Man and His Superstitions found in the catalog.
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||396|
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THE ORIGIN OF MAN AND OF HIS SUPERSTITIONS. CHAPTER I ON THE DIFFERENTIATION OF MAN FROM THE ANTHROPOIDS § 1. The Hypothesis. That the human species as we now see it, with its several races, Mongolian, Negro, Mediterranean, etc., represents a Family of the Primates is generally agreed; and there is evidence that the Family formerly comprised other species that have become.
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