Evolutionism [noun]

Definition of Evolutionism:

evolutionary theory

Opposite/Antonyms of Evolutionism:


Sentence/Example of Evolutionism:

He is, however, sadly self-contradictory and his evolutionism weakens in subsequent editions—the only ones that Darwin saw.

Evolutionism and systematism are opposing tendencies which can never be absolutely harmonised one with the other.

For ancient Calvinism and modern Evolutionism are essentially the same things.

This kind of evolutionism is not only helpless before the task of accounting for it, but logically excludes the possibility of it.

The predominant interest of evolutionism is in the question of human destiny, or at least of the destiny of Life.

It remains that I should put before you what I understand to be the third phase of geological speculation—namely, Evolutionism.

The essence of all pantheism, evolutionism, and modern cosmic religion is really in this proposition: that Nature is our mother.

Evolutionism, in one form or another, is the prevailing creed of our time.

Thanks to M. Quinton, evolutionism should rather be termed revolutionism.

This metaphysical creationism had now to face physical evolutionism.