Harvard University Press (1993)

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John Dupre
University of Exeter
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With this manifesto, John Dupré systematically attacks the ideal of scientific unity by showing how its underlying assumptions are at odds with the central conclusions of science itself.
Keywords Natural Kinds
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ISBN(s) 0674212614   0674212606 (acid-free)   9780674212619
DOI 10.2307/2186103
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