Harvard University Press (1991)

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This is an important book for students, biologists, and general readers interested in the history of ideas--especially ideas that have radically altered our ...
Keywords Evolution (Biology  Evolution (Biology Philosophy
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Call number QH371.M336 1991
ISBN(s) 0674639065   9780674639065   0140166270   0713990791   0674639057  
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