The biology of ultimate concern [by] Theodosius Dobzhansky.


[New York] New American Library [1967] .

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Subjects Biologie -- Philosophie.
Biology -- Philosophy.
Biology.
Evolution (Biology)
Philosophy.
Religion and Science.
Religion and science.
Religion et sciences.
Series Perspectives in humanism.
Description xvii, 152 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-144).
Also issued online.
Summary "I wish to examine some philosophical implications of certain biological and anthropological findings and theories. This book lays no claim to being a treatise either on philosophical biology or on biological philosophy. It consists of essays on those particular aspects of science which have been particularly influential in the formation of my personal credo"--Page 11.
Contents 1. Humanism and humanity -- 2. On gods of the gaps -- 3. Evolution and transcendence -- 4. Self-awareness and death-awareness -- 5. Search for meaning -- 6. The Teilhardian synthesis.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)550755
(OCoLC)ocm00550755
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WorldCat Identities Dobzhansky, Theodosius, 1900-1975.
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