Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 2 (1829), 277–81.

Which is the Most Sagacious Animal in the World? A Dialogue Between James, Joseph, Henry, John, Edward, and William

William Henry




Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Wonder, Entomology, Reading, Biblical Authority, Human Species

People mentioned:

Benjamin Franklin

Publications cited:

Taylor 1804 , Phillips 1818 , [Aikin and Barbauld] 1792–96 , Bingley 1803

    After a lengthy discussion, the dialogue concludes with the assertion that the human is the most sagacious animal and a reference to Gen. 1. 28.

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