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Over the past three decades, the philosophy of biology has emerged from the shadow of the philosophy of physics to become a respectable and thriving philosophical subdiscipline. In their book, the authors take a fresh look at the life sciences and their philosophy from a strictly realist and emergentist-naturalist perspective. They outline a unified and science-oriented philosophical framework that enables them to clarify many foundational and philosophical issues in biology. Thus, this book should be of interest to both life scientists and philosophers and is suitable as a textbook for courses at the advanced levels as well as for independent study.
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Martin Mainer (born on October 31, 1959 in Ostrava - Havířov) is a Czech artist and professor. He studied: VŠUP in Prague 1978 - 81, AVU 1981 - 85 (prof. A.
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