The forms which are beaten and which yield their places to the new and victorious forms, will generally be allied in groups, from inheriting some inferiority in common; and therefore as new and improved groups spread throughout the world, old groups will disappear from the world; and the succession of forms in both ways will everywhere tend to correspond
Everything I see in him corresponds
to his pamphlet on Biblical Cosmology.
And after all, articulate men, in the act of thinking, willy nilly use images that correspond
to words and that amplify words.
The fourth is, when the power is in the same hands as the other, but not under the control of law; and this sort of oligarchy exactly corresponds
to a tyranny in monarchies, and to that particular species of democracies which I last mentioned in treating of that state: this has the particular name of a dynasty.
Smith's story, however, cannot be quite correct, as she corresponds
regularly with Mrs.