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In terms, order (TR:481) (LH:9) (TL:490), as compared to disorder, refers to []


The following are quotes:

Nature is an order, which together constitutes an unalterable power in its essence, subject in all its acts, and constantly acting on all parts of the universe. It is an order able to give successively the existence of so many different things. That power which did so much, and yet is constantly confined to only do those.”
Jean Lamarck (1815), Natural History of Animals: Without Vertebrae (pg. #); cited by [[Lawrence Henderson (1917) in The Order of Nature (pg. iii)[1]

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  1. Henderson, Lawrence. (1917). The Order of Nature (pg. iii). Cornell.

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  • Order – Hmolpedia 2020.
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