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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My interest in the book was piqued by a lecture given October 2013 at the Harvard Museum of Natural History by Sean Carroll on his book about the friendship between Monod and Camus ( The Brave Genius ... Read full review

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VITALISMS and ANIMISMS
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ical vitalism scientistic vitalism the animist
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MICROSCOPIC CYBERNETICS
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