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The natural history of man and the rise and progress of philosophy a series of lectures / delivered by Alexander Kinmont; Kinmont, Alexander, 1799-1838; Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott, 1891; Biographical sketch of the author.--Man considered as a unit.--Limits and orders of nature.--Language: its origin and use.-- St. Augustine and Baron Cuvier; or, The meeting of the fifth and nineteenth centuries.--Predominance of the religious sentiment in the early ages.--Ancient religion and modern science.--Origin and perpetuation of natural races of mankind.--Unity in variety of the human race.--Character of the ancient Germans.--Man of America--Spanish and English.--Arts and commerce of the Phoenicians.--Elements of American civilization

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