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an·thro·po·gen·ic

, anthropogenetic (an'thrō-pō-jen'ik, -jĕ-net'ik),
Relating to anthropogeny.

anthropogenic

adjective Man-made; of human origin, as in anthropogenic dusts.

anthropogenic

(an″thrŏ-pŏ-jen′ik) [ anthropo- + -genic]
Caused or produced by human beings or by human economic and social activities. The term is often used to describe human activities that have a detrimental effect on the environment or on health.

anthropogenic

caused by the actions of man.
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(2006) identified 14 bones with anthropogenetic alterations (including cut marks) that could be identified to species from the Middle Palaeolithic level at the site.
This is done at the cost of amputating virtually all the rest of Darwin's work (apart from The Origin of Species, only limited passages of the work as a whole has generally been read), in particular his anthropological and anthropogenetic work (in the first place, The Descent of Man of 1871(16)).
If, in Kojeve's reading, the master is the "catalyst of the historical, anthropogenetic process," the work that the master demands from the slave creates the "real objective World."(13) "In transforming the World by this work, the Slave transforms himself, too, and thus creates the new objective conditions" of the World by which the slave recognizes and exercises his humanity (29).