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La·marck

 (lə-märk′, lä-), Chevalier Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de 1744-1829.
French naturalist who developed an evolutionary theory that is now largely discredited.

Lamarck

(French lamark)
n
(Biography) Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet (ʒɑ̃ batist pjɛr ɑ̃twan də mɔnɛ), Chevalier de Lamarck. 1744–1829, French naturalist. He outlined his theory of organic evolution (Lamarckism) in Philosophie Zoologique (1809)

La•marck

(ləˈmɑrk, lɑ-)

n.
Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de, 1744–1829, French naturalist.
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Lamarck would have been delighted with this fact, had he known it, when speculating [7] (probably with more truth than usual with him) on the gradually
I am surprised that no one has advanced this demonstrative case of neuter insects, against the well-known doctrine of Lamarck.
Absolutely revolutionary for almost all lines if thought was the gradual adoption by almost all thinkers of the theory of Evolution, which, partly formulated by Lamarck early in the century, received definite statement in 1859 in Charles Darwin's 'Origin of Species.
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We find evidence of cultural bias influencing these taxonomic decisions, arising from personality cults surrounding Linnaeus and Lamarck.
Para hacer esta clasificacion, Lamarck intenta diferenciar el orden natural o filosofico (dado por si mismo) y el orden tecnico o economico dado por el hombre con un fin meramente de utilidad.
Political Descent argues that Thomas Malthus, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, and especially Darwin himself, were well aware of the political, moral, and social implications of evolutionary theory.
Aenone Haliday, 1838 (not Lamarck, 1818); Oenone Haliday, 1839 (not Lamarck, 1818); Symphya Foerster, 1863; Anarmus Ruthe in Brischke, 1882; Planiricus Perepechayenko, 2000 (subgenus).
1) 0,3 0,9 Gastropoda Acanthina monodon (Pallas, 1774) 0,1 0,3 Calyptraea trochiformis Lamarck, 1804 8,8 9,1 Concholepas concholepas (Bruguiere, 1789) 0,5 0,7 Fissurella costata Lesson, 1831 Fissurella crassa Lamarck, 1822 0,2 0,4 Fissurella sp.
Ascendencia Gradualismo comun poblacional Lamarck No Si Darwin Si Si Haeckel Si Si Neolamarckianos Si Si T.
Nearly a century before Darwin published "On the Origin of Species," French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck proposed that life was not a static array of created plants and animals but a dynamic process, with species continually evolving into other species.
Instead, we were taught that this theory, linked in the text to the French biologist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, was inherently silly and served as proof against evolution.