325 pages, no illustrations
Adopts a new approach to discussing the concept of species, explicitly integrative and analytical, centering on issues of general significance such as pluralism and realism about species. It also draws on a broader range of disciplines and brings neglected cognitive, anthropological, and historical dimensions to philosophical debates over species.
This is a fresh, well-conceived collection on one of the most persistent problems in the philosophy of biology--the species problem. Unlike most anthologies, but like many species, it is cohesive and integrated. --Robert N. Brandon, Professor of Philsophy and Zoology, Duke University
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