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One who believes in, or subscribes to the views of, organicism.
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Indeed, individual behaviors had to be functional in order to meet the needs of the organicist ambience they were forced to keep in balance and develop.
The organicist notion of the human clouds analysis, but the notion of the human may be inevitably organicist.
Users of organicist metaphors consider that the Earth and the volcano are alive and that they are also, at times, human beings.
VanTassel-Baska & Stambaugh, 2006) are strongly organicist and contextualist.
Inquiry ranges from Philip Dine's analysis of the ideological construction of French Algeria to Keith David Watenpaugh's reading of the political ambiguity of collaboration in mandate Syria between 1920 and 1946 to Elisa Camiscioli's discussion of intersecting organicist and assimilationist metaphors in interwar-year French immigration discourse.
When it comes to specifying the ontological grounds for Keynesian notions of animal spirits, weight, confidence, and degrees of belief, opinions diverge ranging from intersubjective interpretations (Gillies, 2006), or a re-invigorated atomist approach (Davis, 1989), through to a fully-fledged organicist approach informed by the ethical constructs of G.
In Russia, it had been decided in the international field between the Bolsheviks' more revolutionary and internationalist culture in the Lenin period and a fundamentally nationalistic and organicist culture based on a strong central state.
Cesi had dedicated his Apiarium, an organicist and moralizing treatise on the bee, to Urban VIII, whose nephew Francesco became a low-key Lyncean immediately before he became a cardinal.
Organicist metaphors, which include both properly anthropomorphic metaphors as well as zoomorphic ones, and can in turn be subdivided into:
Davis's emphasis in this book is on the mind in particular, as distinct from the wider focus on organicist and evolutionary theory which has characterized much of the most significant scholarship on Eliot's work over the past two decades or so.
Instead, we need a thoroughly organicist way of thinking that transcends both conventional thermodynamics and quantum theory.
Something in Queyras recalls for me the method and sensibility of collage artist Joseph Cornell, making text boxes of juxtaposition, urban grit and organicist nature mirrors of textual genealogy, safely contained for repetition visits and open-ended shifts of experience.