Essays in Philosophical Biology

New York: Russell & Russell (1939)

Abstract
William Morton Wheeler -- The anti-colony as an organism -- Jean-Henri Fabre -- On instincts -- The termitodoxa, or biology and society -- The organization of research -- The dry-rot of our academic biology -- Emergent evolution and the development of societies -- Carl Akeley's early work and environment -- Present tendencies in biological theory -- Hopes in the biological sciences -- Some attractions of the field study of ants -- Animal societies.
Keywords Biology  Biology Philosophy
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Call number QH311.W48 1967
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