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Vitalism

vi·tal·ism (v t l- z m). n.

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Molecular “Vitalism” Review
Vitalism was progressively undermined the protein more evident than ever, but vitalism was no longer in- vitalist that the nature of life was now understood.
Life (Vitalism)
The Real Death of Vitalism: Implications of the Wöhler Myth
chemistry was the death of vitalism, a theory of life which posits the existence of Vitalism, as told by the legend, was overthrown by Friedrich.
Chapter 2 Vitalism: Subjectivity Exceeding Racism, Sexism, and
Chapter 2. Vitalism: Subjectivity Exceeding Racism, Sexism, and (Psychiatric) Ableism. James Overboe.
On the Vitality of Vitalism
perhaps most, would agree with the claim that vitalism is obsolete.

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Vitalism, Chiropractic and the Neural Hologram
By Christopher Kent, DC, Esq. Implicit in chiropractic is a philosophy of vitalism, yet many chiropractors have been challenged by the theoretical constructs of the Palmers and Stephenson.
Philbrook event delves into life of Robert Rauschenberg
"We wanted to offer a great diversity of experiences, to try and reconstruct the sort of energy and vitalism in which Rauschenberg worked and thrived.
Painter in the Flesh
His vitalism sprouted, sometimes horticulturally, for he was a spectacular painter of plants, capturing their burgeoning energy like no other modern artist.
Sexual revolution all boxed up
"Integrative medicine" further evolves into "evidence-based complementary
Basically, it's vitalism, in which it is believed that sticking needles into certain parts of the body somehow "unblocks qi," which is basically "life energy" or "vital force.

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Vitalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vitalism, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is.
Vitalism
Vitalism - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
a doctrine that the functions of a living organism are due to a vital principle distinct from physicochemical forces. 2.
Vitalism
The concept of vitalism led to some lively debates among scientists of particularly the 19th century.
vitalism - The Skeptic's Dictionary - Skepdic.com
Dec 9, 2010 vitalism.

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