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lines 29—30 underline "cependant ... toujours"
bottom-margin annotation Hereditary Habit.
from End Slip annotation 2 Condillac on Instinct being only Habit NQ

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from End Slip annotation 6 Duges definition of instinct, as Hunger &c— Reflex action; True instinct NQ

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line 7 underline "Dugès"
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line 16 annotation Reflex action

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lines 31—34 annotation True instinct

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from End Slip annotation 14 Flourens Reflexion distinction of man NQ

line 17 underline "d'Hermaphrodites ... Androgynes"
line 17 annotation What difference?

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bottom-margin annotation They can do more, or as much, with fewer organs.—

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line 9 underline "sans ... efforts"

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lines 7—11 annotation How did this instinct come?
from End Slip annotation 210 Instinct of larva of Meloes hard to account for by gradation NQ

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lines 13—18 annotation Human cases show that larvae can survive & live

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from End Slip annotation 218 Larva of Hydrophilus shams death, as does one species of Zygaena NQ

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