3) revealed that the glacial till (g II md) deposits dominated under sediments of the Baltic stadial
(f III bl).
Ultimately, in stadial
theory, society does not materialize through men's careful calculations for a contract that best satisfies their drive for self-preservation, but in the family, the primordial cell of human dependence and affection.
A fundamental feature of the subaltern characters in Scott's novels is that they generally belong to a relatively earlier stage of human progress according to the eighteenth-century stadial
theory (which is associated with Adam Smith's definition of the four stages theory of society, i.e.
Above all, with the exception of anti-Jewish thinking, which Hamburg certainly does take into account, he ignores the outcome that emerged from the Enlightenment narrative of progress and stadial
theory as it was applied to imperial policy.
If this interpretation is correct, he may have been closer to Scottish stadial
theory than he thought.
228) chamou de "uma teoria estagiaria (stadial
theory) do desenvolvimento historico da heresia".
To justify his translations, he appealed to a universal stadial
history that the Arabs could foreshorten by examining the causes of retardation in other cultures:
With each occurrence of cooling sea surface temperatures, every corresponding instance of changing air temperatures followed a similar sequence: a cooling that occurred in a span of hundreds to one thousand years, then a period of cold temperatures lasting for a few hundred years (called a "stadial
"), then a swift warming of at least 3-6[degrees]C over a number of decades.
Syphilis represents an infection caused by Treponema Pallidum with a stadial
Spenser is writing here in the tradition of Gerald of Wales, who in the twelfth century had outlined a stadial
theory of civilisation, arguing that 'man usually progresses from the woods to the fields, and from the fields to settlements and communities of citizens' while positioning the Irish on the bottom rungs of this schema:
Beforehand, evangelical ideas of human universality--the same ideas that had fostered the antislavery movement in Britain and across the Atlantic--had accompanied a monogenetic and stadial
understanding of human progress (see Livingstone, 2008).