It is not therefore on the history of comparative philology in general that the ideas of Darwin have had most influence.
In 1868 he was elected first Prof. of comparative philology.
By the aid of that new and most powerful ally, comparative philology, Archæology has lately made other great advances.
The evidence of comparative philology supports the necessity for an enormous time allowance.
They are meant to illustrate the class of facts that comparative philology supplies.
Another branch of inquiry cognate to history which he prized was comparative philology.
It is very modern; and it is not without reason that Gerald has been called “the father of comparative philology.”
Since history can offer us no aid, our guiding lights must be comparative theology and comparative philology.
This has been accomplished by the new science of comparative philology.
comparative philology, in common with all other sciences, accords to man a remote antiquity.