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Haeckel

Ernst Heinrich . 1834--1919, German biologist and philosopher. He formulated the recapitulation theory of evolution and was an exponent of the philosophy of materialistic monism
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Darwin's letter was published in a German translation in Haeckel 1882, 89.
Haeckel wrote in his preface to Bleek's book that these "lower races of men, who in every respect remind us of our animal ancestors, and who, to the unprejudiced comparative student of nature, seem to manifest a closer connection with the gorilla and the chimpanzee of that region than with a Kant or a Goethe" (quoted in Bank 2006:40).
phylogenetic systematics of Haeckel (who failed to win a Nobel Prize,
86) But Martins, contrary to Monists such as the popular Ernst Haeckel, did not see human reason as a mere extension of physiology.
According to DSC CEO Ann Drake, both Haeckel and Simchi-Levi have had a tremendous impact on the development of DSC's model for supply chain management, as well as influencing many other businesses and professionals in a variety of fields.
Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) is known even to casual students of the history of Darwinism for those notorious drawings illustrating his "biogenetic law," a revival of the claim that the anatomical features of modern embryos represent key prior stages of our species' evolutionary past: "ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny" as we used to say.
German morphologists (notably, Ernst Haeckel, Carl Gegenbaur, and Anton Dohrn) figure heavily in his account, and thus Bowler covers some of the same ground as Lynn Nyhart in her Biology Takes Form which also appeared in 1996.
Le terme ecologie est utilise des 1866 par Ernst Haeckel dans son travail pour definir les relations existantes entre les etres vivants et le milieu dans lequel ils evoluent
In a 1903 speech, "The Dance of the Future," Isadora Duncan synthesized the ideas of Charles Darwin, Ernst Haeckel, and especially Richard Wagner as she outlined her artistic values and her outlook on dance's future developments.
In general, scholars have contended that customers obtain experiences as long as they are engaging in consumption events (Abbott, 1955; Berry, Carbone, and Haeckel, 2002; Carbone and Haeckel, 1994; Holbrook, 2000; Laverie, Kleine, and Kleine, 1993).
The clearest counterpoint to the title poem is "Villa Medusa," which contains an epigraph from the nineteenth century German naturalist and illustrator Ernst Haeckel and hearkens to Haeckel's colorful illustrations of jellyfish, nautilus shells, and other sea life.