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  1. Gerhard Schlosser (2008). Do Vertebrate Neural Crest and Cranial Placodes Have a Common Evolutionary Origin? Bioessays 30 (7):659-672.
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  2. Gerhard Schlosser (2005). The Architecture and Evolution of Life Cycles. Biology and Philosophy 20 (4):837-848.
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  3. Gerhard Schlosser & Michael Weingarten (2002). Edited volumes-formen der erklarung in der biologie. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 24 (3-4):556-556.
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  4. Gerhard Schlosser & Denis Thieffry (2000). Modularity in Development and Evolution. Bioessays 22 (11):1043-1045.
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  5. Gerhard Schlosser (1998). Self-Re-Production and Functionality. Synthese 116 (3):303-354.
    Function and teleology can be naturalized either by reference to systems with a particular type of organization (organizational views) or by reference to a particular kind of history (etiological views). As functions are generally ascribed to states or traits according to their current role and regardless of their origin, etiological accounts are inappropriate. Here, I offer a systems-theoretical interpretation as a new version of an organizational account of functionality, which is more comprehensive than traditional cybernetic views and provides explicit criteria (...)
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  6. Gerhard Schlosser, Einheit der Welt & Einheitswissenschaft Grundlegung Einer Allgemeinen (1994). Lester, Embree (Ed.): Metaarchaeology. Reflections by Archaelogists and Philosophers (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 147), Dordrecht Boston London 1992 (Kluwer), VII+ 334, Index ($119). Liesenfeld, Cornelia: Philosophische Weltbilder des 20. Jahrhunderts. Eine Interdisziplin/Ire Studie Zu Max Planck Und Werner Heisenberg (Epistemata, Philosophie 113), Wtirzburg. [REVIEW] Journal for General Philosophy of Science 25:203-205.
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