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Synonyms for autogenesis

a hypothetical organic phenomenon by which living organisms are created from nonliving matter

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Episodic memory and autogenetic consciousness: Developmental evidence and a theory of childhood amnesia.
Thus we got a simulation tool for autogenetic Kademlia-botnets, which can simulate D-method and calculate the effectiveness.
An impossible monument in more ways than one, Howayyek's denigrated work is nevertheless a reminder that mourning, especially when it is given an aesthetic of interminability, can constitute a threat to a nation's dream of a self-sufficient and autogenetic foundational moment.
The lineage, of course, is longer, for there is another, only partly visible autogenetic text here: Mode of Production and Social Formation is begat by Precapitalist Modes of Production which is begat by Reading Capital (which is begat by Capital); it all really begins with Capital, which is the ruptural moment with all things Marxian that go before.
The closing shot of The Truman Show, in Hammett's view, communicates that "as Truman steps outside of his media-created and -controlled womb, giving birth to himself, the film imagines the possibility of an autogenetic self, a self capable of repudiating the social structures that have so thoroughly constructed it" (2003, 79).