Usage examples for genetic

  1. Another article, published by Dewey in the Philosophical Review in 1900, " Some Stages of Logical Thought," illustrates the employment of the genetic method in a more specific way. – John Dewey's logical theory by Delton Thomas Howard
  2. Could I only tell you all that I have since thought and observed about the history of our earth's development, the succession of the animal populations, and their genetic classification! – Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence by Louis Agassiz
  3. Dear Enemy: I hear that I missed a call today, but Jane delivered your message, together with the " Genetic Philosophy of Education." – Dear Enemy by Jean Webster
  4. If this case be typical, then the experimental method is entitled to rank as genetic method; it is concerned with the manner or process by which anything comes into experienced existence." – John Dewey's logical theory by Delton Thomas Howard
  5. There have been genetic mutations. – This Crowded Earth by Robert Bloch
  6. If genetic relation between two races is assumed, either as a reality or as a symbol, the degree of relationship is determined in a theoretically exact manner by the number and length of the phylogenetic steps which are found either between them both or between them and the common starting point, according as races belong to the same or collateral lines. – A Mechanico-Physiological Theory of Organic Evolution by Carl Von Nägeli
  7. Undoubtedly, too, it is difficult for our minds to imagine in what way, except through genetic evolution, the successive production of more and more developed types could be effected. – The Old Riddle and the Newest Answer by John Gerard
  8. The problems of the genetic order arose, as is known, rather late. – Essays on the Materialistic Conception of History by Antonio Labriola
  9. It is quite incredible that a man should through mere accident abnormally resemble, in no less than seven of his muscles, certain apes, if there had been no genetic connection between them. – The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I (1st edition) by Charles Darwin
  10. But if it be considered incredible that even during the long lapse of geological time such great changes should have taken place as are implied in the belief that there is genetic connection between them and these lower groups, let us consider what happens under our eyes in the development of each one of these little creatures in the proverbially short space of their individual life. – On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects by Sir John Lubbock
  11. Was such Evolution or development genetic? – The Old Riddle and the Newest Answer by John Gerard
  12. Because the species is broken up into partly isolated, or at times completely isolated, colonies or local populations it may be supposed that various evolutionary forces such as selection and random genetic drift operate to foster variation. – Subspeciation in the Meadow Mouse, Microtus montanus, in Wyoming and Colorado by Sydney Anderson
  13. These brilliant writers prepared the way for the genetic history of the following century. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
  14. A weapon was on hand- their great skill and experience in altering genetic patterns in established life forms to produce desired changes. – The Other Likeness by James H. Schmitz
  15. This will be neither analytic nor genetic but concrete. – Essay on the Creative Imagination by Th. Ribot
  16. But a thing is determined, constructed, judged, according to its function; the function is, so to speak, its genetic formula. – The Psychology of Beauty by Ethel D. Puffer
  17. As a natural consequence the population is largely a genetic aggregation. – Consanguineous Marriages in the American Population by George B. Louis Arner
  18. " The worth of the intuition depends upon genetic considerations. – John Dewey's logical theory by Delton Thomas Howard
  19. Think of them as a tribe of genetic claustrophobes. – Black Man's Burden by Dallas McCord Reynolds