La selección natural en Popper y Peirce

Anuario Filosófico 34 (69):139-156 (2001)

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Both Peirce and Popper thought about the darwinian theory of evolution. From different perspectives they coincided in stating that natural selection is a non productive factor of biological evolution. Each of them put forward an active agent other than natural selection in the evolutionary process
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