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Identical in nature, directly openimagination, and spontaneous slide of words within their rhetoricalthe space would resemble a full-fledged identity of the creatures in theirthe growing community. Then natural history would becomeuseless, or rather it would have created casualthe language of the people; General grammar would at the same timethe universal taxonomy of beings. But if natural history,quite different from the analysis of words is indispensable, that isdue to the fact that the experience does not give us the whole continuity of nature.He gives her full of tears -- as there were manygaps in the number values do the variables employed(there are possible creatures whose place is determined, but whichno one ever had occasion to observe), and at the same timedeprived of a real geographical and earththe space in which we are, shows us the intertwiningsome creatures with the other in such order in relation toGrand space taxonomy is nothing likethe case, confusion and disorder. Linnaeus noticed that thein the same places lernejo<$F??? parasitic copepodscrustaceans (Copepoda Siphonostomata), mounted for the first timeLinnaeus. - Approx. pens.> (animal) and filaria<$F?????? namekind of mostly green algae. To natchatram include,for example, filamentous representatives of the class conjugate (Spirogyra andetc.). - Approx. pens.> (seaweed), or the sponge and the coral, naturedoes not bind as it would be desirable for the order of classifications"the most perfect plants with the animals, which is considered a veryimperfect plants"<$FL i n n e. Philosophie botanique.>.Adamson also claimed that "nature -- an uncertain mixture ofcreatures, the convergence appears to be the case: here the gold is mixed withanother metal, with stone, earth, there, the violet grows nearoak. Among these plants also roam four-footed, reptile andinsect: fish are mixed, so to speak, with the water element, whichthey swim, and with water plants... This mixture and at the same timeso uniform and so diverse, that is, apparently,one of the laws of nature"
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