Ontogenesis Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

3 Ontogenesis Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ontogenesis Sayings By Ernst Haeckel: I established the opposite view, that this history of the embryo (ontogeny) must be completed I established the opposite view, that this history of the embryo (ontogeny) must be completed by a second, equally valuable, and closely connected branch of thought - the history of race (phylogeny). Both of these branches of evolutionary science, are, in my opinion, in the closest causal connection; this arises from the reciprocal action of the laws of heredity and adaptation ... 'ontogenesis is a brief and rapid recapitulation of phylogenesis, determined by the physiological functions of heredity (generation) and adaptation (maintenance). — Ernst Haeckel
Ontogenesis Sayings By Howard Jacobson: A phrase such as 'the idea derived from evolution that ontogenesis recapitulates phylogenesis' for example, A phrase such as 'the idea derived from evolution that ontogenesis recapitulates phylogenesis' for example, not impossibly intricate in itself but somehow resistant to effort, as though it triggered something obdurate and even delinquent in his mind. Or the promise to look at an argument from three points of view, each of which had five salient features, the first of which had four distinguishable aspects. It was like discovering that a supposedly sane person with whom one had been enjoying a perfect normal conversation was in fact quite mad. Or, if not mad, sadistic. — Howard Jacobson
Ontogenesis Sayings By Nidesh Lawtoo: This passage, in fact, makes strikingly clear that both at the level of ontogenesis (the This passage, in fact, makes strikingly clear that both at the level of ontogenesis (the development of the child) and phylogenesis (the development of the human species) mimesis, for Nietzsche, precedes language and allows communication to take place. — Nidesh Lawtoo