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Cuvier. Tableau elementaire d'histoire naturelle, p. 84-85.>.
Vertebrates and invertebrates form a sharply demarcated from
friend of the band, between which it is impossible to detect the intermediate
forms allowing a transition in one direction or another. "Whatever
to classify and systematize vertebrates and
invertebrate animals it is still impossible to detect
at the end of one of the wide classes or at the beginning of the other two
animals such mutual similarity which would be binding
link between the two groups"2<$F2 G. Cuvier. Lecons d anatomie
comparee, t. I, p. 60.>. Thus, we see that the theory
classification of the branches of the taxonomy does not add cells to
traditionally, the established classes, it is linked with the construction
another space of identities and differences. This space
devoid of essential continuity. This space, which
the start is given in the form of fragmentation: it indented lines
that they differ, then cross each other. To indicate
the General shape of this space, it is necessary to replace the image
the stairs, which was familiar to the eighteenth century, from bonnet and to
Lamarck, on the image of the radiation or set of centres, of which
comes with many rays; then it would be possible to put every
living being "in a huge mesh of an organized nature... however
and ten, and twenty beams would not be enough to identify
all these innumerable relationships"3<$F3 G. Cuvier. Histoire des
poissons, Paris, 1828, t. I, p. 569.>.
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