anthropogeny


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anthropogeny

the study of human origins. — anthropogenic, anthropogenetic adj.
See also: Origins
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Noun1.anthropogeny - the evolution or genesis of the human raceanthropogeny - the evolution or genesis of the human race
organic evolution, phylogenesis, phylogeny, evolution - (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms
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Hace unos dias me llego un mensaje de Ajit Varki, director del Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA) que mantienen en San Diego la Universidad de California y el Salk Institute.
When Arno, the First Robot, defines himself saying "I am who I am" (188), as Petar Pijanovic perceptively notices (250), in this novel of Pekic's deus literary appears ex machina, and the process of anthropogeny, the metamorphosis of a robot into a human being, may start.