primigenial


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primigenial

(ˌpraɪmɪˈdʒiːnɪəl) or

primogenial

adj
1. relating to an early stage of existence; primitive
2. (Zoology) relating to a species that is thought to be an evolutional ancestor
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1] containing the mythical components or primigenial bases of the ideologies and cultures with the ideal values.
Ideological Technology may become symbolic through DS-image and an inverse MS-image on Primigenial Base belonging to Mythical Superstructure, and it can cause of more fundamental differences between ideologies and, therefore, a source of conflict.
18) The sculptural metaphor here, of subsequent consequence in the Renaissance, is rooted in Deucalion's ancestry, for, as Ovid says, he was descended from Prometheus, the primigenial sculptor.