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The Cambridge companion to the philosophy of biology / edited by David Hull and Michael Ruse.

Contributor(s): Hull, David Lee, 1935-2010 [ed.] | Ruse, Michael [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University, 2007Description: xxvii, 513 p. : il. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780521616713 .Subject(s): Filosofía de la biología | Genética | Evolución | Ciencia y religión | Ecología | NeurobiologíaOnline resources: Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
Adaptation / Tim Lewens -- Population genetics / Roberta L. Millstein, Robert A. Skipper Jr. -- Units and levels of selection / Elisabeth A. Lloyd -- What's wrong with the emergentist statistical interpretation of natural selection and random drift / Robert N. Brandon, Grant Ramsey -- Gene / Paul E. Griffiths, Karola Stotz -- Information in biology / Peter Godfrey-Smith -- Reductionism (and antireductionism) in biology / Alexander Rosenberg -- Mechanisms and models / Lindley Darden -- Teleology / André Ariew -- Macroevolution, minimalism, and the radiation of the animals / Kim Sterelny -- Philosophy and phylogenetics: historical and current connections / Maureen Kearney -- Human evolution: the three grand challenges of human biology / Francisco J. Ayala -- Varieties of evolutionary psychology / David J. Buller -- Neurobiology / Valerie Gray Hardcastle -- Biological explanations of human sexuality: the genetic basis of sexual orientation / Christopher Horvath -- Game theory in evolutionary biology / Zachary Ernst -- What is an 'embryo' and how do we know? / Jane Maienschein -- Evolutionary developmental biology / Manfred D. Laubichler -- Molecular and systems biology and bioethics / Jason Scott Robert -- Ecology / Gregory M. Mikkelson -- From ecological diversity to biodiversity / Sahotra Sarkar -- Biology and religion / Robert T. Pennock -- The moral grammar of narratives in history of biology: the case of Haeckel and Nazi biology / Robert J. Richards.
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Ubicado en Módulo 5, al final libros de Matemática.

Proyecto "Ateísmo y religiosidad en científicos argentinos".

Incluye referencias bibliográficas (p. 453-496) e índice.

Adaptation / Tim Lewens -- Population genetics / Roberta L. Millstein, Robert A. Skipper Jr. -- Units and levels of selection / Elisabeth A. Lloyd -- What's wrong with the emergentist statistical interpretation of natural selection and random drift / Robert N. Brandon, Grant Ramsey -- Gene / Paul E. Griffiths, Karola Stotz -- Information in biology / Peter Godfrey-Smith -- Reductionism (and antireductionism) in biology / Alexander Rosenberg -- Mechanisms and models / Lindley Darden -- Teleology / André Ariew -- Macroevolution, minimalism, and the radiation of the animals / Kim Sterelny -- Philosophy and phylogenetics: historical and current connections / Maureen Kearney -- Human evolution: the three grand challenges of human biology / Francisco J. Ayala -- Varieties of evolutionary psychology / David J. Buller -- Neurobiology / Valerie Gray Hardcastle -- Biological explanations of human sexuality: the genetic basis of sexual orientation / Christopher Horvath -- Game theory in evolutionary biology / Zachary Ernst -- What is an 'embryo' and how do we know? / Jane Maienschein -- Evolutionary developmental biology / Manfred D. Laubichler -- Molecular and systems biology and bioethics / Jason Scott Robert -- Ecology / Gregory M. Mikkelson -- From ecological diversity to biodiversity / Sahotra Sarkar -- Biology and religion / Robert T. Pennock -- The moral grammar of narratives in history of biology: the case of Haeckel and Nazi biology / Robert J. Richards.

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