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Essays on Life Itself

By: Robert Rosen
361 pages, no illustrations
Essays on Life Itself
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  • Essays on Life Itself ISBN: 9780231105101 Hardback Feb 2000 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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A collection of twenty-two articles on the nature of life and the natural sciences.

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Robert Rosen was professor emeritus of biophysics at Dalhousie University and the author of books including Life Itself (Columbia 1991), Principles of Mathematical Biology, and Principles of Measurement.
By: Robert Rosen
361 pages, no illustrations
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These 22 essays are intended for serious thinkers, as they are provocative and often iconoclastic. There are many new ideas, daring perspectives, and challenging modes of interpretation of concepts that readers may have mistakenly thought they understood... I am equally sure that readers will enjoy and benefit from these essays. -- Bruce J. West The Quarterly Review of Biology
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