Definition of Organicity

1. [n -TIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organicity

organic principle
organic process
organic salt
organic stricture
organic structure
organic vertigo
organical
organically
organicalness
organicism
organicisms
organicist
organicistic
organicists
organicities
organicity (current term)
organick
organics
organidin
organific
organification
organigram
organigramme
organigrammes
organigrams
organisation
organisation chart
organisation charts
organisation mondiale de la sant'
organisational

Literary usage of Organicity

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. American Medicine (1920)
"The reflex vivacity is extreme without any sign of organicity or of ... tremblings which are recognizable by their signs of organicity (signs of hemiplegia, ..."

2. The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art, and Literature edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish (1893)
"First among these causes is what criminologists call organicity, ... We, long ago, recognized the effect of organicity in determining the capacity and the ..."

3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1921)
"... various means to an end.98 According to this view, purpose is a case of organicity ; according to the traditional view, organicity is a case of purpose. ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"... conception of instinct is incompatible with the notion of value, we do not mean that there is an unbridgable gap between mechanism and organicity. ..."

5. Papers and Proceedings by American Sociological Society Meeting, American Sociological Association (1917)
"Sociology necessarily is impregnated with considerations of organicity. The sociologist is a diagnostician who views all parts and functions of society in ..."

6. Mind in Evolution by Leonard Trelawney Hobhouse (1901)
"unity or " organicity," as parts and wholes come to be more and more completely interdependent. And there is increase of scope, as the life or purpose of ..."

7. The Present Conflict of Ideals: A Study of the Philosophical Background of by Ralph Barton Perry (1918)
"Thus wholeness, integrity, organicity are at one and the same time the characters of reality and ..."

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