Noun(1) a person who belongs to an early stage of civilization(2) a mathematical expression from which another expression is derived(3) a word serving as the basis for inflected or derived forms
Adjective(1) belonging to an early stage of technical development; characterized by simplicity and (often(2) little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type(3) used of preliterate or tribal or nonindustrial societies(4) of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style
(1) The foregoing analyses adopt a comparative notion of reasonableness as a basic or primitive notion.(2) The early and primitive myths were stories, mainly stories about gods, and their units were physical images.(3) Abelard draws the conclusion that intentionality is a primitive and irreducible feature of the mind, our acts of attending to things.(4) The dog grimaced harshly, a cringe that did not suggest primitive fear as much as painful recollection.(5) Studies of primitive societies show that humans are not inherently ├ö├ç├┐good,├ö├ç├û but that goodness stems from prosperity.(6) Symbols of science, art and magic can be found in primitive cave paintings in France.(7) The use of the primitive Etruscan style suggests a time so ancient as to be inseparable from nature.(8) There's a scarlet dining-room, with distressed metal walls, a Chinese emperor's daybed for lounging about on, and a fabulous collection of primitive art and antiques.(9) Hence it is certain that still more primitive life forms must have preceded the prokaryotes.(10) For instance, bauxite or uranium have no value in a primitive society where they cannot be utilised, but in an economy that produces aluminium or harnesses atomic power they become valuable resources.(11) He studied primitive permutation groups and proved a finiteness theorem.(12) In pursuit of bigger game, I began searching for similar archaic behavior in humans, focusing on the apparently primitive vocalization of laughter.(13) In primitive tribes, the names of people, places and things have talismanic powers.(14) Carbonaceous chondrites are representative of the early material of the solar system, very primitive material, so it's the closest we get to the stuff from which the solar system evolved.(15) In this brief note I wish to critically discuss Searle's claim that we-intentionality is biologically primitive and irreducible.(16) But there can be no complex concepts without simple concepts, and it is to these latter primitive representational structures that the thesis of this paper is meant to apply.
(1) primitive streak :: streak ибтидоӣ
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6. archaic ::
1. advanced ::
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3. high ::
4. late ::
Different Formsprimitive, primitively, primitiveness, primitives
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