epigene

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epigene

[′ep·ə‚jēn]
(geology)
A geologic process originating at or near the earth's surface.
A structure formed at or near the earth's surface.
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In describing the first four levels of the soul, I shall posit where I think the dynamic epigene fits in.
I suggest that the factor that makes the difference is the epigene, which originates at the level of hayyah.
The spiritual epigene does not completely change a person and his offspring forever, though.
This positive action can form an epigene that can overcome bad genes.
Second, epigenes can be passed on in the Off position, to successive generations.
44) The hapless Blepyrus presents one (older, more everyday) masculinity, Epigenes one of the haughtier sort ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 632) deprecated in earlier discussion.
33) The personae of the Phaedo include: Apollodorus of Phaleron; Critobolus, son of Crito; Crito of the deme Alopece; Hermogenes (probably Callias' brother); Epigenes, son of Antiphon; Antisthenes, son of Antisthenes; Ctesippus of the deme Paianias; Menexenus, son of Demophon; Phaedo; Simmias and Cebes, brothers from Thebes; Euclides of Megara; Terpsion of Megara; and Phaedonidas.
Lunar Features Crater Names 1 Anaximander 2 Anaximenes 3 Philolaus 4 Epigenes 5 Goldschmidt 6 W.
1098, where Epigenes uses the same exclamation to express the pain caused by his unsatisfied erection--and the frustration he feels at his inability to have sex with his young girlfriend, exacerbated by the demands of the old hags whom he is legally bound to bed first.
Because of Sostratos's age and interests, we might compare him instead to the Aristophanic character of Epigenes in Ekklesiazousai.