In this Issue
- Volume 11, Number 4, Winter 2003
- Special Issue: Early Modern Philosophy and Biological Thought
Perspectives on Science publishes science studies that integrate historical, philosophical, and sociological perspectives. Its interdisciplinary approach is intended to foster a more comprehensive understanding of the sciences and the contexts in which they develop. Each issue is comprised of theoretical essays, case studies and review essays.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 11, Number 4, Winter 2003
Table of Contents
- Early Modern Philosophy and Biological Thought
- pp. 373-377
- Leibniz's Model for Analyzing Organic Phenomena
- pp. 378-409
- Life after Descartes: Regis on Generation
- pp. 410-420
- Notes on Contributiors
- p. 516
Copyright © 2003 the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.