evolutionism

NOUN
  1. (biology) a scientific theory of the origin of species of plants and animals
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How To Use evolutionism In A Sentence

  • Evolutionism and systematism are opposing tendencies which can never be absolutely harmonised one with the other. Evolution in Modern Thought
  • B) Anti-evolutionism is making great inroads in the hotbed of religious fundamentalism that is Canada. Canadian council member speaks up
  • There was a massive concentration of scientific effort in this area in the decades immediately following the general acceptance of evolutionism.
  • Evolutionism is much more an inlook into those who prognosticate it than any insight into the past. Latest Articles
  • He attacked the CIA and the Congress for Cultural Freedom with a savage vengeance that rekindled the revolutionism of his youth.
  • This paper attempts to tackle these issues from the visual angle of evolutionism.
  • John Lynch, an evolutionary morphologist and historian of anti-evolutionism, dissects the selective history of ID propounded by the Disco ‘Tute’s new faith and evolution site. The Panda's Thumb: Science and Faith Archives
  • There was a massive concentration of scientific effort in this area in the decades immediately following the general acceptance of evolutionism.
  • But most insistently he blames the “excessive revolutionism” of the radical democrats and their leader. The Return
  • Opponents of this interpretation had to stress the discontinuity of the development in order to undermine the plausibility of evolutionism.
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