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evolutionism如何读

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evolutionism是什么意思

  • n. [进化] 进化论
  • adj. 进化论的

evolutionism词根

词根:evolve

adj.

evolutionary 进化的;发展的;渐进的

evolutionist 进化论的

n.

evolution 演变;进化论;进展

evolutionist 进化论者

vi.

evolve 发展,进展;进化;逐步形成

vt.

evolve 发展,进化;进化;使逐步形成;推断出

evolutionism英英释义

noun

descent with modification from preexisting species : cumulative inherited change in a population of organisms through time leading to the appearance of new forms : the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generationsalso: the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (such as natural selection, genetic mutation or drift, and hybridization) Since 1950, developments in molecular biology have had a growing influence on the theory of evolution. —Nature In Darwinian evolution, the basic mechanism is genetic mutation, followed by selection of the organisms most likely to survive. —Pamela Weintraub

Evolution is a process of continuous branching and diversification from common trunks. This pattern of irreversible separation gives life's history its basic directionality.—Stephen Jay Gould

the historical development of a biological group (such as a species) : phylogeny

a process of change in a certain direction : unfolding

the action or an instance of forming and giving something off : emission

a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler, or worse to a higher, more complex, or better state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the extraction of a mathematical root

a process in which the whole universe is a progression of interrelated phenomena

one of a set of prescribed movements

evolutionism儿童词典英英释义

evolveverb

to develop or work out from something else evolved a safer design from the old one

evolved a new plan

to produce by a process of evolution

to change by a process of evolution

evolveverb

to develop or work out from something else evolved a safer design from the old one

evolved a new plan

to produce by a process of evolution

to change by a process of evolution

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionism同义词

  • n. [进化]进化论
  • Monkey to Man, transformism

evolutionism词源英文解释

borrowed from New Latin ēvolūtiōn-, ēvolūtiō "unfolding of a curve (in geometry), emergence from an enclosing structure, historical development," going back to Medieval Latin, "unfolding of a tale, lapse of time," going back to Latin, "unrolling of a papyrus scroll while reading it," from ēvolū-, variant stem of ēvolvere "to roll out or away, unwind, unroll" + -tiōn-, -tiō, suffix of verbal action — more at evolve

The first known use of evolution was in 1616

evolutionism 例句

1.For had he not often boldly asserted that evolutionism was inconsistent with Theism, and that without Theism, any real morality or any true right-doing of any kind was absolutely impossible?

2.On every side evolutionism, in its crude form, was already in the air.

3.General evolutionism provides a new holistic approach for the research of the evolution of the material system, the life system, and knowledge and the social system.

广义进化论为物质系统、生命系统以及知识与社会系统的进化提供了一种新的整体论的研究进路。

4.Unconsciously, but not accidentally, Dickens was here working out the whole true comparison between swift revolutionism in Paris and slow evolutionism in London.

5.The evolutionary conception of life is the foundation of that philosophy, which, however, has little or nothing in common with the materialistic and dogmatic evolutionism of the last century.

6.It is a continually evolving theoretical sequence about evolution phenomenon in universe from Lamarck's evolutionism, Darwinism, ID theory to life information evolutionism.

从拉马克进化论、达尔文主义、ID论,到生命信息进化论,是一个不断“进化着”的关于宇宙中进化现象的理论序列。

7.Apart, however, from this scientific objection to evolutionism, there is another, derived from the undue admixture of ethical notions in the very idea of progress from which evolutionism derives its charm.

8.Therefore the deficiency of pre-Cambrian fossil and the sudden emergence of Cambrian trilobite are like a double edged sword posing threat for the very foundation of Darwin evolutionism.

因而前寒武纪化石的缺失和寒武纪三叶虫等突发式出现,好象一把双刃剑,对达尔文演化学说的塔基构成了威胁。

9.The study of palaeobiomigration is a new branch of palaeobiogeography combined with evolutionism.

古生物迁移研究是当今古生物地理学与进化论结合的一个新的研究领域。

10.Evolutionism (the theory of biological evolution) : a theory of which tries to explain the origin of all organisms.

进化论:一个试图解释全部生物体的起源的理论。

11.For a true evolutionism would propose to discover by what modus vivendi, gradually obtained, the intellect has adopted its plan of structure, and matter its mode of subdivision.

12.Hence it is, aside from any investigation of proofs of evolutionism, clear to the Christian student that there must be some fault either in reason or in observation that vitiates the whole theory.

13.The developmental evolutionism, which Robert Chambers proposed, made the idea of evolution closely connected with the idea of progress.

钱伯斯的发育进化论使“进化”与“进步”这一对观念紧密联系在了一起。

14.And it is also the only evolutionism that seems to us to account for the building up of identical complex organs on independent lines of development.

15." Nietzsches cultural evolutionism is full of life, powerful will, self-transcendent and endless recurrent thoughts, on the basis of which Nietzsche defines "man.

在尼采的文化进化论里,充满着生命、强力意志、自我超越和永恒循环的思想,尼采正是在这个意义上来界定“人”的。

16.I leave to evolutionism, atavism and other transcendental "isms" the honour and also the risk of explaining what I humbly recognize as being too far beyond my grasp.

17.These were the true founders of our modern evolutionism.

18.Discuss the mechanism of therapy from the point of evolutionism and inertia law of human body.

从进化论的角度与人体惰性规律出发,探讨松动术的治疗机理。

19.Fourthly, it puts forward and proves urban green space system evolutionism.

四是提出并论证了城市绿地系统进化论。

20.When the truth is boiled down, it appears that Dewey's historical method, in so far as he had one, was based on biological evolutionism.

evolutionism 短语相关

anti-evolution

convergent evolution

creative evolution

divergent evolution

emergent evolution

parallel evolution

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