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283 Index Index Index Accident: and proper accident, 52, 158–62, 231; and substance, 23–30 Abbot, Thomas, 214n29, 215 Adler, Mortimer, 14n24, 258, 259–60 Androgenetic/Androgenote, 206n19, 211–14, 244, 255 Anscombe, G. E. M., 91–96, 154n11 Altered Nuclear Transfer (ANT): 223–58; and Oocyte-Assisted Reprogramming (ANT-OAR), 225–58 Alter, Jonathan, 4–6 Ashley, Benedict, 115n21, 134 Austriaco, Nicanor: Austriaco’s Systems Theory (AST), 143; Developmental Systems Theory, 143; formal causality, 188; parthenogenesis, 220–22 Baker, Robert, 149–50 Bedate, Carlos, 170–71 Bi-parental complete hydatidiform mole (bi-CHM). See Mole Bole, Thomas, 169–74, 176, 183 Boson and prime matter, 33 Brogaard, Berit, 91–96 Brugger, Christian, 249–50 Causality: four causes, 164–69, 178–79; and hierarchy of causes, 148–50, 162n22 Cefalo, Robert, 170–71 Central Controlling Part, 114–18, 136, 208 Colombo, Roberto, 235–40, 257 Complete hydatidiform mole (CHM). See Mole Cyranoski, David, 199, 201–2 Daley, George, 236, 239 Deferrari, Roy, 68 Developmental program, 129–130, 170n38 Developmental Systems Theory (DST): 19, 133–46; and inference, 161–64; and Austriaco, 143; and Bole, 169–74; and Elliot, 143–45; and Oyama ,137–43; and Robert, 134–37 Disposition of matter, 36–41, 57–62, 90–91, 137, 198, 238 Donceel, Joseph, 47–75, 78–100, 183–84 Dualism, 72–75 Eberl, Jason, 47 Elliot, Kevin, 143–45, 150, 196 Embryonic Stem Cell (ESC), 2, 4, 83, 199 Entia vialia, 100, 179 Enucleated oocyte, 121, 121–23, 205–7, 224, 228–30, 252–57 Epigenetic state, 91n25, 129, 204, 219–25, 249–56 Esse, 24n2, 65, 73–74, 80–81 Fermion and prime matter, 33 Fetiform, 214–18 284 Index Fiat Method, 7–19, 147–76; and Walker , 249 Ford, Norman, 47, 79–98, 107–14, 118–21, 123–25, 130, 139, 189 Fuzzy organism, 18–19, 133–45, 147–52, 158, 165–69, 174, 262 Gazzaniga, Michael, 4–6, 56, 156–58, 161, 177 Genes-only/Genes-plus view, 134, 138n11, 152, 196 Genome: and activation required for personhood, 118–21; “developmental ” events without, 121–23; and imprinting, 212–13, 221–22, 250–57; as principal part, 114–18 Gilbert, David, 55–56 Green, Ronald, 9–20, 44, 144n25, 147–48 Griffiths, P. E., 137n7, 169 Hallmarks, 33–36, 48, 158, 177–94 Heaney, Stephen, 47 Homeobox, 135 Homunculus, 214n29, 215 Hylomorphism, 23–24, 56, 60, 69–75, 104, 116–18, 127, 140, 145, 262 Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells, 199–205, 226 Instructive factors, 171–75 Identity: and twinning 91–100; and naming, 95 Individuality: and potential, 78–82; and twinning, 88–91 Inference: and DST, 161–164; to organisms , 150–53; to substance,153–56 Intention, 98–100, 138, 145, 147–76 Interfering RNA, 197 Jaenisch, Rudolf/Jaenisch entity, 230–38 Jennings, Charles, 236, 239n16 Kinsley, Michael, 4–6 Kripke, Saul, 43n15, 95–105, 152–61 Kuno, Naohiko, 214–18 Lepton and prime matter, 33 Locke, John, 14n24, 154, 175, Maternally derived mRNA, 107–30 Melton, Douglas, 236–39 Method: of declaration or fiat, 7–19, 147–76; of discovery, 6–19, 259–60; and nature, 262 Meissner, Alexander, 230 Mitalipov, Shoukhrat, 254 Mole: bi-parental complete hydatidiform mole (bi-CHM), 205n16, 255–57; complete hydatidiform mole (CHM), 232, 253–56; partial hydatidiform mole, 211–22 Moraczewski, Albert, 115n21, 134 Morison, Robert, 11 Naming and Identity, 95 Ontological unity, 247–58 Ooplast, 121n30, 205, 256 Organa, 127–30, 196, 208, 252–57 Organisms: and “all-at-once-wholeness,” 234; and conditions for human substantial unity, 182–85; and inference, 150; by fiat, 7–19, 147–76; and minimum requirements, 66; and wholes and parts, 179 Organization: continuity and Aquinas, 183; and organisms, 177; and origin of embryonic agency, 126–30 Oyama, Susan, 21, 137–75, 189, 196 Parthenogenetic/Parthenote, 205–22, 223–47 Partial Hydatidiform Mole. See Mole Permissive factors, 171–75 Pinker, Steven, 70–71 Index 285 Plenipotency, 82–84 Pluripotency, 83, 192–204, 223–58 Potency: active vs. passive, 101–4, 119–21; proximate vs. remote, 39–40, 84–88, 88–91, 119–21 Preformationism, 49, 138, 140, 142, 153 Prime matter: and elementary physical particles, 33; and substantial form, 30–34 Proper accident, 52, 159–62, 231; and defining human embryos, 177–94, 231 Quark and prime matter, 33 Reductionist arguments, 21, 33, 62–71 Reprogramming: cellular, 199–202, 203–4, 222–33, 249–58; and Walker and Schindler, 240–57; and Yamanaka , 199–202 Robert, Jason Scott: and genes-only view, 134...

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