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  • n. The continuance of evolution, by technological or biotechnological means, outwith and beyond (see extra-) the constraints of ordinary human (or non-human) biological evolutionary processes. First used in this exact sense in 2006 by D.J. MacLennan.
  • n. Outwards: opposite of involution (a popular, rather than a technical term). From 'The Aldrich Dictionary of Phobias and Other Word Families'. See references.


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