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Ernst H.P.A., German naturalist, 1834-1919. See: Haeckel gastrea theory, Haeckel law.
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Most unexpected, perhaps, is "Oceans," a poem that one might expect to be as teeming with life as one of Haeckel's illustrations, but that ends instead with the sober lines "--I simplify.
Genus: CODONELLOPSIS JAlrgensen 1924 Codonellopsis longa Kofoid and Campbell 1929 Codonellopsis morchella (Cleve) JAlrgensen 1924 Codonellopsis orthoceras (Haeckel) JAlrgensen 1924 Codonellopsis schabi (Brandt) Kofoid and Campbell 1929
German biologist Ernst Haeckel illustrated and described thousands of deep-sea specimens collected during the 1873-76 H.M.S.
Sob este nome de meio, grato a escola de Taine, sob o de environment, de emprego frequente na Inglaterra, ou mesmo sob o de ecologia que Haeckel introduziu na linguagem dos naturalistas--, e sempre identica preocupacao que se impoe ao espirito, a medida que melhor se descobre a intima solidariedade que une as coisas e os seres.
Geralmente, os clientes esperam que as empresas de servicos conhecam seu negocio e cumpram as promessas feitas (Carbone & Haeckel, 1994).
Although Hitler's racial ideology is often associated with social Darwinism, "most scholars of Hitler's reign" Richards finds, "don't argue for a strong link between Darwin's biology and Hitler's racism, but they often deploy the vague concept of social Darwinism when characterizing Hitler's racial ideology." Some maintain that Haeckel was largely responsible for the bond between the academic sector and the emergence of racism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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.G.
cummings' Buddhist prosody, the Zen anarchism of Gary Snyder and Philip Whalen, the influence of Ernst Haeckel and Arthur Schopenhauer on Samuel Beckett's How It Is, Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior as Mahayana meditation, and Buddhism and quantum theory in contemporary nonfiction.
In the eighteenth century, Charles Darwin, Thomas Huxley and Ernest Haeckel conclusively demonstrated that humans are not a product of creation but of evolution.