Consilience, Historicity, and the Species Problem

In R. Paul Thompson & Denis Walsh (eds.), Evolutionary biology: conceptual, ethical, and religious issues. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 65-86 (2014)

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University of Calgary
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