State University of New York Press (1993)

Offers a practical philosophy of the life sciences, showing how scientific reasoning can, in limited contexts, be translated into the language of philosophy, and how science can correct the philosophy of science.
Keywords Life sciences   Logic   Science
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ISBN(s) 9780791416150   0791416151   079141616X (paper)
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