Autor(en)
Ruse, Michael
Titel
What the Philosophy of Biology Is : Essays dedicated to David Hull
Teil von
  • Nijhoff International Philosophy Series; Bd. 32
Ort / Verlag
Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
Erscheinungsjahr
1989
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Beschreibungen
David Hull Through Two Decades -- Rethinking the Propensity Interpretation: A Peek Inside Pandora�́�s Box -- Species as Entities of Biological Theory -- Individuality, History and Laws of Nature in Biology -- Interaction and Evolution -- Picturing Weismannism: A Case Study of Conceptual Evolution -- Replicators and Interactors in Cultural Evolution -- Darwin�́�s Theory and Darwin�́�s Argument -- Some Puzzles About Species -- The Rational Weight of the Scientific Past: Forging Fundamental Change in a Conservative Discipline -- Individuals, Species and the Development of Mineralogy and Geology -- Attaching Names to Objects -- From Reductionism to Instrumentalism? -- Systematics and Circularity -- David Hull�́�s Conception of the Structure of Evolutionary Theory -- Kinds, Individuals and Theories -- Evolvers are Individuals: Extension of the Species as Individuals Claim -- A Function for Actual Examples in Philosophy of Science -- Publications of David L. Hull -- Au
Format
348 p : online resource
Sprache(n)
Englisch
Identifikator(en)
ISBN: 9789400911697
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