Transmutationism

Definition

noun

The state or process of transmutation of species into another.


Supplement

The concept of transmutation is first used by Jean Baptiste Lamarck in his 1809 book Philosophie Zoologique.


Word origin: from Late Latin transmutationem (a change, shift)

Related forms: transmutate (verb)

Synonym:

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