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nonevolutionary

Definitions

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  • adj. Not evolutionary

Etymologies

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non- +‎ evolutionary

Examples

  • For example, as Holden reports p. 1316, linguists and neuroscientists armed with new types of data are moving beyond the nonevolutionary paradigm once suggested by Noam Chomsky, and tackling the origins of speech head-on....

    Theorists: Notes Toward Building a Testable Theory

  • From this mechanistic viewpoint Aristotle's nonevolutionary

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Neither Plato's conception of necessity, based on mathematics and physics, nor Aristotle's conception of necessity, based on (nonevolutionary) biology, excluded the doctrine of a cyclical history as expressed in some

    NECESSITY

  • Both the Platonic idealism of fundamental types, and the nonevolutionary sense of homology soon came under attack.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • A nonevolutionary sense of phenotypic homology was widely utilized prior to Darwin.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It will be argued below that the circu - larity of De Beer and Simpsons 'definition is not at all vicious, but whether it is or not, the circularity points up the priority of a nonevolutionary, phenotypic sense of homology, defined solely in terms of pheno - typic similarity, and logically independent of criteria of descent.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Darwin, of course, thought homology evidence in favor of evolution, but he utilized a nonevolutionary, pheno - typic concept of homology.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • As its experts summed the matter up in 1997, "Genuine discontinuities-sharp nonevolutionary breaks with the past-are rare, and our focus is on evolutionary change."

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