Biological Principles: A Critical Study, Volumen6

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Psychology Press, 2000 - 496 páginas
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Biology as a branch of Natural Science Meanings of
2
BORGANIZATION
5
Relation of chromosomes to characters Speculations
10
Summary
11
Preformation and epigenesis from the evolutionary stand
16
The Philosophical Sciences
36
PART I
55
5
63
PART II
225
The Mechanical Explanation
231
CHAPTER VII
326
Evolution from the physiological standpoint
327
Causation Examples from biology Use of terms cause
331
CHAPTER IX
334
General summary
370
CHAPTER X
429

THE DATA OF NATURAL SCIENCE AND THE PRINCIPLES
85
The Views of Ernst Mach
92
Of Max Verworn
104
CHAPTER II
130
Imagining and conceiving
140
CHAPTER III
170
Interpretation of the foregoing examples in the light of
184
Examples of substances in Aristotles secondary meaning
192
Summary on Explanation
451
Tha Machine Theory
452
CHAPTER XI
458
Duality of our sources of knowledge Sense experience
469
102
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Causal analysis in the biological sphere
491
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