Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an ontogenetic manner; by way of ontogenesis.
- adv. ontogenically
“P.Z. Myers wishes you an ontogenetically deep Paul Nelson Day, as well as highlighting a bizarre and disturbing religious outburst.”
“BermÃºdez (1998), to mention one further philosopher in the analytic tradition, argues that there are a variety of nonconceptual forms of self-consciousness that are “logically and ontogenetically more primitive than the higher forms of self-consciousness that are usually the focus of philosophical debate” (1998, 274; also see Poellner 2003).”
“The life of the Church is like that both ontogenetically and phylogenetically.”
“The second is that the evolutionary paradigm requires a strong, massive, and hard-wired modularity in the brain areas responsible for higher-order cognitive functions, and this sort of modularity may not be the way cortical regions work, and what modularity does exist may be ontogenetically designed, rather than phylogenetically.”
“As I have before remarked, children utter vowel sounds before consonants, and I used this as an argument that phonation preceded articulation; but there is another reason for supposing that articulate sounds are of later development phylogenetically, as well as ontogenetically.”
“It is both phylogenetically and ontogenetically an independent secondary formation, a later accession to the primary internal ear.”
“The elaborate alimentary canal of the higher animals develops ontogenetically from the same simple primitive gut of the gastrula.”
“We have previously seen how this very rudimentary beginning of the skull in man is formed ontogenetically from the "head-plates," and thus the fore end of the chorda is enclosed in the base of the skull.”
“What is common to us is the love of truth and clearness, and the honest effort to learn to understand the processes of growth in mind and language, as well as in nature, in the individual (ontogenetically) as well as in the race (phylogenetically).”
“Speaking, however, not phylogenetically, but ontogenetically, at what point does our own cell come in contact with the cell that was intended to become an ape, and that became and remained an ape?”
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