OTHER WORDS FROM HaeckelHaeck·e·li·an [he-kee-lee-uhn], /hɛˈki li ən/, adjective, nounHaeck·el·ism, noun
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Haeckel says the best definition of Evolution is "the non-miraculous origin and progress of the universe."
Haeckel insists that the theory demands but a single primeval germ as the ancestor of all living things.
Haeckel admits that the belief that this is the missing link is strongly combatted by some distinguished scientists.
Haeckel, Ostwald, and Mach have each given the world a constructive system of thought.
Haeckel's system is mainly poetico-mythical, chiefly on the lines of some of the pre-Socratic philosophers.