By Kim Sterelny
This publication provides a suite of associated essays written by way of one of many prime philosophers of biology, Kim Sterelny, regarding organic evolution. the 1st 1/2 the e-book explores lots of the major theoretical controversies approximately evolution and choice, whereas the second one part applies a few of these principles in contemplating cognitive evolution. those essays, a few by no means sooner than released, shape a coherent entire that defends not only an total belief of evolution, but additionally a particular tackle cognitive evolution.
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