Definition of Organicists
1. organicist [n] - See also: organicist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Organicists
Literary usage of Organicists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Science by Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams (1910)
"organicists" System. A system of medicine in vogue during the eighteenth century, ... See "Animists, Vitalists, and organicists," Vol. IV, p. 184. Oxygen. ..."
2. Medical History from the Earliest Times: A Popular History of the Healing Art by Edward Theodore Withington (1894)
"THE organicists. WE have now considered two of the three forms of medical theory which replaced the chemical and mechanical systems ..."
3. Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences by Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams (1912)
"The theory of the organicists, like that of the Anim- ists and Vitalists, agreed with the other two that vital activity could not be explained by the laws ..."
4. Development and Evolution: Including Psychophysical Evolution, Evolution by by James Mark Baldwin (1902)
"Recent results of embryological and morphological research have proved this so clearly that a school of biologists, called by Delage ' organicists,'J has ..."
5. The Theater of Man: J.L. Vives on Society by J. A. Fernández-Santamaría (1998)
"Man did not, as the organicists would have us believe, start out as a being endowed with all the attributes associated with Ufe in common, and this simply ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"Bichat and he are the first of the organicists. Their successor is Claude Bernard. This great man, whose purely mechanistic researches stand at the ..."
7. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1903)
"... those of ' race-experi- 1 Perhaps I may be allowed to refer to my own statement in exposition of the view of the ' organicists' in ' Development and ..."