Wittgenstein solves (posthumously) the species problem

Philosophy Now (Mar/Apr):51 (2005)
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Can Wittgenstein's famous family resemblance concept be applied to resolve the problem of defining species in biology?
Keywords Wittgenstein  biological species  cluster concepts
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