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Philosophy, biology, and life.


Philosophy, biology, and life.

Ed. by Anthony O'Hear.

Cambridge U. Pr.


327 pages



Royal Institute of Philosophy supplement; 56


With the decline of Marxism and Freudianism, many now point to neo-Darwinism as the dominant intellectual paradigm of the day, and many of those fight for or against the trend, mostly on religious grounds. Philosophers from Britain, the US, and Italy offer their views on both issues. The 13 essays are based on the Institute's annual London lecture series for 2004-05. Only names are indexed. Only names are indexed.

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