Philosophy of Experimental Biology

Cambridge University Press (2005)
Exploring central philosophical issues concerning scientific research in modern experimental biology, this book clarifies the strategies, concepts, reasoning, approaches, tools, models and experimental systems deployed by researchers. It also integrates recent developments in historical scholarship, in particular, the New Experimentalism, making this work of interest to philosophers and historians of science as well as to biological researchers.
Keywords Biology, Experimental Philosophy
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Call number QH324.W43 2005
ISBN(s) 0521143446   9780521829458   0521829453
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