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Mapping the Future of Biology Evolving Concepts and Theories by Robert S. Cohen

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Published by Springer Netherlands in Dordrecht .
Written in English


  • Developmental biology,
  • Life sciences,
  • Philosophy (General),
  • Science,
  • Evolution (Biology),
  • Philosophy,
  • Biology

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Statementedited by Robert S. Cohen, Jürgen Renn, Kostas Gavroglu, Anouk Barberousse, Michel Morange, Thomas Pradeu
SeriesBoston Studies in the Philosophy of Science -- 266
ContributionsMorange, Michel, Barberousse, Anouk, Pradeu, Thomas, Renn, Jürgen, Gavroglou, Kōstas, SpringerLink (Online service)
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Open LibraryOL25558946M
ISBN 109781402096358, 9781402096365

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