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    William Morton Wheeler (1928). Emergent Evolution and the Development of Societies. Journal of Philosophy 25 (18):502-503.
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  2. William Morton Wheeler (1939/1967). Essays in Philosophical Biology. New York, Russell & Russell.
    William Morton Wheeler -- The anti-colony as an organism -- Jean-Henri Fabre -- On instincts -- The termitodoxa, or biology and society -- The organization of research -- The dry-rot of our academic biology -- Emergent evolution and the development of societies -- Carl Akeley's early work and environment -- Present tendencies in biological theory -- Hopes in the biological sciences -- Some attractions of the field study of ants -- Animal societies.
     
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  3. Auguste Henri Forel & William Morton Wheeler (1904). Ants and Some Other Insects, an Inquiry Into the Psychic Powers of These Animals, with an Appendix on the Peculiarities of Their Olfactory Sense, Tr. By W.M. Wheeler. [REVIEW]
     
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  4. William Morton Wheeler, W. M. Wheeler & E. Bouvier (1928). Social life among Insects. Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l'Etranger 105:152-155.
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