Definition of monogenism in English:

monogenism

Pronunciation /-ˌnizəm/

noun

See monogeny

‘Some scholars thus called into question the Church's dogma of a single origin for all humankind (so-called ‘monogenism’), and resolved the discrepancy with a second creation.’
  • ‘In the middle of the spectrum were naturalists and physicians who supported the unity of the human species (monogenism), though almost all assumed racial hierarchy.’
  • ‘Broca argued that the anthropologists could debate monogenism or polygenism without extraneous preoccupations.’