Definition of Euthenists
1. euthenist [n] - See also: euthenist
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Literary usage of Euthenists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1914)
"He points out thc attempt of euthenists to appropriate the word to describe hygienic legislation, sex education, and even a milk and ice station for infants ..."
2. The Mental Health of the School Child: The Psycho-educational Clinic in by John Edward Wallace Wallin (1914)
"On the one hand, there are some euthenists who limit the legitimate scope of the work to the saving of life from premature extinction, and who underrate, ..."
3. The Laws of Life: Principles of Evolution, Heredity and Eugenics. A Popular by William Marion Goldsmith (1922)
"In like manner, few euthenists, even at the present time, recognize the fact that the cell theory forms at least a secondary key to their success. ..."
4. Eugenics: Twelve University Lectures by Morton Arnold Aldrich, William Herbert Carruth, Charles Benedict Davenport, Charles Abram Ellwood, Arthur Holmes, Harvey Ernest Jordan, William Henry Howell, Albert Galloway Keller, Edward Lee Thorndike, Victor Clarence Vaughan, Herbert John Webber, Ro (1914)
"... and euthenists is one of place of emphasis. Co-operation is the secret of ultimate complete success. But surely heredity comes first; environment can ..."