• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Superorganic sū-pėr-or-gan′ik not dependent on organisation, psychical, spiritual: social.
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In literature:

It remains to apply them to inorganic, organic, and superorganic existences.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV" by John Lord

In news:

Tim Flannery is so taken with the ants, and especially southern fire ants, that he is tempted to think that humans are becoming a superorganism , which he somehow sees as a salvation from our destructive current path.
Wilson Returns to the Hive With Superorganism Tome.
Wilson reignites the superorganism debate.
Now that all the cool biology students wear skinny jeans and talk that superorganism jive, I'd just like to say: Wired Science was there first.
Wilson Returns to the Hive With Superorganism Tome .
Lovelock is the originator of Gaia theory -- a view of the Earth as a "superorganism".