Lifelines: biology, freedom, determinism

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Allen Lane, 1997 - Medical - 335 pages
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In a compelling response to those who believe that humans are destined to play out a gene determined existence, Steven Rose argues that our DNA is only part of the equation, and that many other factors influence our lives and destinies

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Lifelines: biology beyond determinism

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Rejecting genetic reductionism and biological determinism as adequate explanations in the life sciences, neuroscientist Rose argues that understanding and appreciating an organism (including humans ... Read full review


Observing and Intervening
3 Knowing What We Know
4 The Triumph of Reductionism?

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