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SPONTANEOUS GENERATION

From PROFESSOR SHERWOOD TA 11.0 R

SIR,-1 am grateful to Mr. Lynch for pninting out the passage in the De Potentia which makes it clear (as the passages in the ermine, on which I had relied did not) that St. Thomas did not regard the supposed generation of imperfect animals from non-living matter by the virtue of the heavenly bodies as a spontaneous generation in the modern sense. I am sorry to have propagated this error.

F. Sherwood Taylor.

The Ridings. Headington, Oxford.




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