Chance and necessity: an essay on the natural philosophy of modern biology

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Vintage Books, Sep 12, 1972 - Philosophy - 198 pages
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The French biochemist explains his revolutionary theory of genetics and speculates on its ethical, political, and philosophical implications

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User Review  - Bob Nichols - Goodreads

Monod argues that all of the Earth's biosphere (which he believes is a unique event in the cosmos via a random coming together of the right molecules and milieu), comes down to DNA that directs ... Read full review

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Maybe a little outdated but so interesting to understand some basic functioning of our biology. Read full review

Contents

VITALISMS and ANIMISMS
23
ical vitalism scientistic vitalism the animist
38
MICROSCOPIC CYBERNETICS
62
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