Driesch


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Driesch

(German driːʃ)
n
(Biography) Hans Adolf Eduard (hans ˈaːdɔlf ˈɛdʊɑːd). 1867–1941, German zoologist and embryologist
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Hans Drieschs late nineteenth-century vitalism was explicitly a corrective to Darwin's "apotheosis of chance," as reviewer Francis Sumner names the object of Drieschs critique (Sumner 1916: 105); Driesch insisted that immaterial spirit directed evolution.
Hans Driesch (1867-1941), a former student of Weismann and Haeckel, carried out in 1891 a series of experiments with sea urchin eggs that seemed to contradict the results and conclusions reached by Roux in 1888.
Adolf Eduard Driesch (1867-1941), habia una "conformidad" con un plan (Planmafiigkeit), es decir, "definitivos planes de organizacion" (endgultiger Organisationplan) funcionales de la naturaleza realizados permanentemente mediante una "regulacion fisiologica" (physiologische Regulation).
Muller, Pfeil, and von den Driesch (97) conducted a study to evaluate the combined effect of Valerian and St John's Wort in the treatment of depression and anxiety.
Likewise, Hans Driesch, whose view of "the organism as a whole, rather than...
Bones were measured according to guidelines presented by von den Driesch (1976), except for medial edge of acetabulum where Vretemark's (1997) guidelines were used.