英 ['həʊlɪz(ə)m; 'hɒl-]
- holism: see holocaust
- holism (n.)
- 1926, apparently by South African Gen. J.C. Smuts (1870-1950) in his book "Holism and Evolution" which treats of evolution as a process of unification of separate parts; from Greek holos "whole" (see safe (adj.)) + -ism.
This character of "wholeness" meets us everywhere and points to something fundamental in the universe. Holism (from [holos] = whole) is the term here coined for this fundamental factor operative towards the creation of wholes in the universe. [Smuts, "Holism and Evolution," p.86]
- 1. The power of this genetic holism can be seen in animal breeding.
- 2. Traditional Chinese people believe in oneness andand advocate holism.
- 3. Ecological holism reflects harmonious and equal relationship between human beings and dogs in the novels.
- 4. The fundamental principles , integrity ( Holism ) , harmony, self resilience and circulation are discussed in details.
- 较详阐述了生态工程基本原理, 整体 、 协调 、 自生、循环.
- 5. Holism holds that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
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