Volume 25, Number 1, Autumn 1981

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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Editorial: Co-winners of the First Dwight J. Ingle Memorial Writing Award

p. 1
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Chance, Repetition, and Error in the Development of Normal Nervous Systems

pp. 2-19
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The Grand Inquisitor and the Role of the State in Medical Economics

pp. 20-38
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History and Structure in Biology

pp. 39-62
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The Gospel According to Sociobiology

pp. 63-65
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Segmented Genome Viruses and the Evolutionary Potential of Asymmetrical Sex

pp. 66-77
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Failure to Recognize Efficacious Treatments: A History of Salicylate Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis

pp. 78-92
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Clinical Science in the Age of Reason

pp. 93-114
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The Pathophysiology of Influenzal Pneumonia in 1918

pp. 115-125
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Multiple versus Single Modulatory Targets in Motor Control Circuits

pp. 126-135
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The Sciences, the Humanities, and the Illusion of Progress: A Comment on Kuhn's Structure of Scientific Revolutions and Berlin's Divorce between the Sciences and the Humanities

pp. 136-143
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A Note for Interns and Residents: A New Law and Advice on Its Circumvention

pp. 144-147
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It Has Been Said

p. 148
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Do We Need the Basic Scientists?

pp. 149-154
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The Relevance of Sociobiology for Mental Illness

pp. 155-166
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Book Reviews

Man, the Promising Primate: The Conditions of Human Evolution By Peter J. Wilson (review)

pp. 167-169
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Willis's Oxford Lectures By Kenneth Dewhurst (review)

p. 170
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