Haeckel


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German biologist and philosopher

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Al igual que los nazis, eran antiguos admiradores de Madame Blavatsky (tengo a la reina teosofa, en compania de los ideologos bolcheviques y mencheviques, en la seccion rusa de mi biblioteca gracias a un consejo de Aurelio Asiain), Haeckel y Nietzsche.
Jakob Zierk, [1] Farhad Arzideh, [2] Tobias Rechenauer, [1] Rainer Haeckel, [3] Wolfgang Rascher, [1] Markus Metzler, [1] and Manfred Rauh [1] *
Para concluir, resalto dos aspectos que me parecen relevantes: el primero es que, gracias a la sintesis de Darwin y Wallace, y tambien a las sintesis de Haeckel y de los demas componentes del enorme polinomio que definio y sigue redefiniendo la teoria de la evolucion, podemos entender que todas las especies estan emparentadas--tal y como lo revelan con claridad los estudios de la taxonomia genetica contemporanea--en un arbol de la vida que parte de LUCA (Last Universal Common Ancestor), nuestro mitico "ultimo ancestro comun universal", que habria vivido hace mas de 3500 millones de anos.
Genus: CODONELLA Haeckel 1873 Codonella amphorella Biedermann 1893 Codonella aspera Kofoid and Campbell 1929 Codonella galea Haeckel 1873
Haeckel used a microscope to capture the intricate structures of creatures like siphonophores--colonies of highly specialized organisms--that look like sea jellies.
E em Friedrich Ratzel--ex-aluno na Universidade de Jena de Ernst Haeckel, o grande popularizador das ideias de Darwin--foi que se afunilaram tanto a nascente ciencia das relacoes entre os meios e organismos, cunhada sob o neologismo Ecologia (2), quanto todo o ideario classico e romantico das geografias desenvolvidas por Humboldt e Ritter.
Consoante como a necessidade de maior entendimento do tema Qualidade para o setor de saude, os trabalhos de Carbone e Haeckel (1994), Berry, Wall e Carbone (2006), Berry e Carbone (2007), Berry e Seltman (2010) analisam a construcao da percepcao da qualidade pelo cliente do servico entregue pelo prestador.
Haeckel is credited with introducing into biology many concepts that remain viable today, including the idea that the nucleus of the cell contains hereditary material, as well as the concepts of phylogeny, ontogeny, ecology, and the stem cell.
Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919) was a key advocate and popularizer of evolution, but it was always with his own twist.
We are given summaries of (for example) Fritz Mauthner's views about the inability of language to capture reality, Hans Vaihinger and Wallace Stevens on the unavoidability of believing in fictions, the neo-pagan religiosity of Carl Jung and Ernst Haeckel, and the dystopian fiction of J.
Topics include the history and development of the editing and publication of The Red Book; influences of Goethe, Schiller, and German Romanticism on Jung's writings; the similarities of the biological illustrations of Ernst Haeckel to Jung's illustration of jelly fish from his dreams; Korean shamanism and it relationship to the mandala symbolism in Jung; Jung and Gnosticism; and the trickster archetype in relation to Jung's inner journey and Cervante's character of Don Quixote.
Muy impregnado por las lecturas de antropologos criminalistas como Cesare Lombroso o cientificos como Darwin, Haeckel y Morselli su vision de la sociedad argentina de principios del siglo XX es determinista.
In the eighteenth century, Charles Darwin, Thomas Huxley and Ernest Haeckel conclusively demonstrated that humans are not a product of creation but of evolution.
Ernst Haeckel, the most famous German Darwinist of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, believed that Darwinism was the central component of a new worldview, (the culture of death), which was locked in combat with the traditional dual spiritual-material Judeo-Christian worldview (the culture of life).
Chapter 4 has Paolo Casini parsing the differences between the various forms of 'philosophical darwinism' that predated Darwin's publishing of the Origin, with a focus on Spencer, Haeckel, Nietzsche, and Bergson.