Definición de Gaia en inglés:

Gaia

Silabificación: Gai·a
Pronunciación: /ˈɡīə
 
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1 (also Gaea, Ge) Greek Mythology The Earth personified as a goddess, daughter of Chaos. She was the mother and wife of Uranus (Heaven); their offspring included the Titans and the Cyclopes.
[Greek, 'Earth']
2The earth viewed as a vast self-regulating organism.
[ 1970s: coined by James Lovelock, at the suggestion of the writer William Golding, from the name of the goddess Gaia]
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He advocated its use to alter the insect life of earth in order to venture beyond the homeostasis concept to the mythical state of Gaia.
  • But the life span of Gaia has to be measured in hundreds of millions, even in billions, of years.
  • If Gaia didn't luck upon the right system for that problem on the first try, things would quickly become grim.

Derivativos

Gaian

sustantivo & adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I would be a creature of the earth, primordial, unblemished, Gaian.
  • If you have felt commanded by the Divine Imperative to protect Earth from planetary destruction, then you have undergone the first stage of a Gaian initiation.
  • However, in its Gaian mode, as a self-organizing, balancing system it shows harmonies, creative emergence and the sustenance of life.

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