Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The morphological relation or special homology existing between parts which are arranged along a transverse axis of the body, or in one segment only of its long axis. See homonomous.
- n. Lack of distinction of parts, as the absence of segmentation, or the equivalence of the divisions of the body, among annelids: contrasted with heteronomy.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Biol.) The homology of parts arranged on transverse axes.
- Ancient Greek (Wiktionary)
“Uruguay exhibit any other relation to those of Carony, than that of an homonomy, which is perhaps only accidental.”
“Omaguas, or Omeguas.) the nations that are settled north and south of the Amazon have had communications with each other, I will not decide whether the Guayanos of Parana and of Uruguay exhibit any other relation to those of Carony, than that of an homonomy, which is perhaps only accidental.”
“Without homonomy there can be no successful autonomy, and without autonomy there can be no successful homonomy.”
“These considerations can likewise be applied to our schemata in terms of the trend towards autonomy and the trend towards homonomy.”
“We would thus subdivide this category into sensory pleasure/wish fulfillment (homonomy) and a priori relations of ideas (autonomy).”
“Without homonomy there is no interaction, and without autonomy there are no things.”
“The former is a factual claim (homonomy) and the latter is a value assertion (autonomy).”
“Furthermore, homonomy is itself an ideal posited by the organism, and the autonomous individual is itself a product of its environment.”
“We want to commune with the other forces in existence in accordance with our desire for homonomy.”
“These allow for different types of energetic experiences and development-autonomy and homonomy, respectively.”
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