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VAN SPEYBROECK, From epigenesist to epigenetics: the case of CH Waddington, "Ann NY Acad Sci" 981 (2002) 61-81.
Hailer himself started as a preformationist, briefly converted to epigenesist, and ended his life a staunch defender of preformation.
The most distinguished epigenesist was the seventeenth-century British physician William Harvey, who was the first scientist to describe the structure and function of the circulatory system.