an theory or view.
1897; see anthropocentric + -ism.
the or development of the human race, especially as a subject of scientific study. Historical Examples Such is the native physiography and anthropogenesis of the land of the Oregon. The Columbia River William Denison Lyman noun the study of the origins of man anthropogenesis (ān’thrə-pə-jěn’ĭ-sĭs) The scientific study of the origin and development of humans.
caused or produced by humans: anthropogenic air pollution. Contemporary Examples Over 900 peer-reviewed scientific articles have adduced evidence that anthropogenic climate change is real. Extreme Weather? Blame the End Times Jay Michaelson November 27, 2014 The overwhelming evidence points to the reality of anthropogenic global warming. The Ridiculous Global-Warming Freakout Tunku Varadarajan November 15, 2010 […]
the or development of the human race, especially as a subject of scientific study. Historical Examples I have collected and illustrated a good many of these proofs in the new edition of my anthropogeny. The Wonders of Life Ernst Haeckel anthropogeny has taught us the evolution of man from animal ancestors. The Wonders of Life […]
a branch of anthropology dealing with the geographical distribution of humankind and the relationship between human beings and their environment. Historical Examples Ritter’s anthropogeography has opened a useful line of research. Evolution in Modern Thought Ernst Haeckel Ritter’s “anthropogeography” has opened a useful line of research. Darwin and Modern Science A.C. Seward and Others The […]
Also, anthophagous [an-thof-uh-guh s] /ænˈθɒf ə gəs/ (Show IPA). feeding on flowers, as certain insects. attracted by or living among flowers. adjective (esp of insects) frequenting flowers feeding on flowers