Progeneration

Pro`gen`er`a´tion


n.1.The act of begetting; propagation.
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Indo-Europeans defined the oak tree as progeneration and thunder.
That the human brain exists to promote the increase and endurance of the human genes means that the human brain is dedicated to speciel survival and progeneration.
Il s'agit d'un processus de << progeneration >> qui, dans le contexte des ontologies animistes, se realise dans les relations avec le monde -- l'environnement -- compose d'etres humains et non humains.
The building blocks that constitute "our" ability to express and understand a wide range of phenomena, according to Turner, are conceptual metaphors such as CAUSATION IS PROGENERATION and EVENTS ARE ACTIONS, in which two conceptual domains collide and are then used, for instance, to make.
When we connect progeneration to causation, we do so according to these topological features.