amphibiology

Related to amphibiology: amphibian, anatomy

amphibiology

the branch of zoology that studies amphibians. — amphibiological, adj.
See also: Zoology
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As we will see, Lawrence's novella is infused with an understanding of language as an amphibiology, as a state of tension between articulated closure, the mimetic doxa, and an intimated other utterance that breaks up identity.
Their procedure was, to take up the term that Andre Schaeff ner later developed, an 'amphibiology' that truly sought to look at the genealogy of jazz as a living form from 'both sides'.
It was two years later, in the work of Michel Leiris, that ethnographic amphibiology would find its most complete expression.
(78) This was ethnographic amphibiology at its outer limit.