The philosophy of biology / by James Johnstone Johnstone, James

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Author
Johnstone, James
Subjects
Biology.; Philosophy.; Biology - Philosophy.
Contents
  • The conceptual world
  • The organism as a mechanism
  • The activities of the organism
  • The vital impetus
  • The individual and the species
  • Transformism
  • The meaning of evolution
  • The organic and the inorganic
  • Mathematical and physical notions.
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2943510

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