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Letter 10194

Max Müller, Friedrich to Darwin, C. R.

13 Oct [1875]

Summary

Sends CD his answers to W. D. Whitney’s articles. Sees man as separated from other animals by the possession of language. There is no scientific evidence for even the slightest attempt at language in the higher animals, which cannot, therefore, be reasonably regarded as “stunted man”. [See "In self-defence", Chips from a German workshop 4 (1875): 473–549.]

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