recapitulation theory


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Kafka represents this passage in various ways--from reflections on New World slavery and black music, to evolutionary recapitulation theory and ethnography, to biblical allusion.
In biology this law was codified as recapitulation theory, the hugely influential notion that individual development (ontogeny) replays species evolution (phylogeny).
Burlbaw Texas A&M An Early Start: WPA University Emergency Nursery Schools in Texas, 1934-1943 35 Joshua Garrison University of A Problematic Alliance: Wisconsin- Colonial Anthropology, Oshkosh Recapitulation Theory, and G.
This book engages pregnancy from a historical and contemporary point of view, describing long-forgotten theories like maternal impression and recapitulation theory, as well as old wives' tales of storks.