Heteromorphous


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Het`er`o`mor´phous


a.1.(Biol.) Heteromorphic.
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It is clearly the case that this very strong emphasis on the enduring significance of philosophies with a universal and metaphysical dimension is the precise opposite of much contemporary thought that seeks to underscore the local and heteromorphous character of truth.