a doctrine of philosophical thinking stressing the importance of the idea of continuity: named and advocated by C. S. Peirce.
adjective 1. synoicous. adjective 1. a variant spelling of synoecious
noun 1. the branch of ecology dealing with the relations between natural communities and their environments. noun 1. the ecological study of communities of plants and animals Compare autecology synecology (sĭn’ĭ-kŏl’ə-jē) The branch of ecology that deals with the ecological interrelationships among communities of organisms. Compare autecology.
noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the study of creative processes, especially as applied to the solution of problems by a group of diverse individuals. noun 1. (functioning as sing) a method of identifying and solving problems that depends on creative thinking, the use of analogy, and informal conversation among a small group of […]
noun 1. a group of people of varied background that meets to attempt creative solutions of problems through the unrestricted exercise of imagination and the correlation of disparate elements.