anthroponomy


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an·thro·pon·o·my

(an'thrō-pon'ō-mē),
The study of the laws governing the development of the human species and its relation to the environment.
[anthropo- + G. nomos, law]
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TONKIN E., 1980, << Jealousy Names, Civilised Names : Anthroponomy of the Jlao Kru of Liberia >>, Man, 15, 4 : 652-663.
The Idea of Humanity: Anthropology and Anthroponomy in Kant's Ethics.
Hunter's anthroponomy which anticipated later neobehaviourist developments, and the physiological behaviourism of Zing-Yang Kuo which was later echoed in the transition of behaviourism to cognitivism.