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|A new being had arisen with God-like possibilities, and consciousness of those |
God-like possibilities within him. God formed ... Whenever one goes to the zoo
and sees apes, one wonders how can anyone believe that man evolved from
|An ape-like being, little different from the beasts around him in appearance, but |
infinitely different capacity for growth and thought. Art and beauty, architecture
and song, poetry and music, all these were unrealized possibilities in that ape
|... years ago Dubois makes a retraction of his earlier claims that Java Man is an |
intermediate between apes and humans. ... with genuinely intermediate features
should be randomly assigned to one of the only two possibilities they will accept.
|RUPERT. Maybe Frederick got her. FIRST MAN. Who's Frederick? RUPERT. A |
big ape. FIRST MAN. What? RUPERT. ... People don't just die like that. FIRST
MAN. (Easily and swiftly.) Maybe she met with mishap. Consider the possibilities
|Like Francine Patterson, he would set out to find an ape to train. In September of |
1971, the morning after the Gardners' lecture at Stanford, the notion of training an
ape to talk was rife with possibilities. Two apes were about to come into the ...
member of his home. I imagine that the man woke up one afternoon and Cindy /
|and the sons of God shouted for joy to behold the beginning of the end, for man, |
the object aimed at from the be ginning, ... Art and beauty, architecture and song,
poetry and music, all these were unrealized possibilities in that ape manâs soul.
|From a religious point of view, it is untenable to say that man is nothing more than |
an intelligent ape. ... his animal ancestors, his advent can truly be spoken of as a
specific Divine act, whereby a new being had arisen with God-like possibilities.
|This argument relies on a possible totalization of possibilities/probabilities, with |
regard to which the uniformity is ... It is precisely because the passage from ape
to man is radically contingent/imprévisible, because there is no inherent '
|Art and beauty, architecture and song, poetry and music, all these were |
unrealized possibilities in that ape man's soul. And for his time and kind he was
very good. “It is God that works in you to will and to do of his good pleasure,” says
|For instance, the ape can match pictures to objects and vice versa (Davenport & |
Rogers, 1970; Hayes & Nissen, 1971), ... which the information is stored in the
ape's head, a maplike representation must be included among the possibilities (