Scientific realism and philosophical naturalism in Šmajs’ evolutionary ontology

Human Affairs 23 (4):556-575 (2013)

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Keywords biological evolution  natural evolution  cultural evolution  cosmic development in its original meaning  development of the universe  development in the universe  human nature
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DOI 10.2478/s13374-013-0149-x
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