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  Volume 18, Number 3, Spring 1975

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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Announcements of New Books

pp. I-IV

Science and Value

pp. 299-305

Further Thoughts on Molecular Biology and Metaphysics

pp. 306-312

Voices in the Labyrinth: Dialogues Around the Study of Nature

pp. 313-331

On the Functions of Incompetence

pp. 332-344

Scientific Method in Science and Medicine

pp. 345-352

Symbolism and Creativity

pp. 353-362

Multiple Sclerosis: A New Hypothesis

pp. 363-374

The Heart as Hostile Witness

pp. 375-378

Speculations concerning Opium Abuse and World History

pp. 379-398

A Proposal for a Force Essential to Biological Organization

pp. 399-404

On Giving Equal Time to the Teaching of Evolution and Creation

pp. 405-418

The Golden Era of Immunology at the Rockefeller Institute

pp. 419-426

Book Reviews

Stress without Distress By Hans Selye (review)

p. 427

The Courage to Fail By R. C. Fox and J. P. Swazey (review)

pp. 428-429

What Are We Living For? Practical Philosophy. Vol. 2. The Logics By Chauncey D. Leake (review)

p. 429

Letter to the Editor

pp. 430-431

Research Areas


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