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100 1  Ruse, Michael 
245 14 The Darwinian Paradigm :|bEssays on Its History, 
       Philosophy and Religious Implications 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c1989 
264  4 |c©1990 
300    1 online resource (311 pages) 
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505 0  BOOK COVER -- HALF-TITLE -- TITLE -- COPYRIGHT -- 
       DEDICATION -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- INTRODUCTION
       -- Part I HISTORICAL THEMES -- Chapter One DARWIN'S DEBT 
       TO PHILOSOPHY -- PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, 1830-40 -- DARWIN 
       AND THE PHILOSOPHERS -- NEW LIGHT ON DARWIN -- EPILOGUE --
       NOTES -- Chapter Two CHARLES DARWIN AND GROUP SELECTION --
       INTRODUCTION -- ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES -- BETWEEN THE 
       ORIGIN AND THE DESCENT -- THE DESCENT OF MAN -- CONCLUSION
       -- NOTES -- Chapter Three WHAT KIND OF REVOLUTION OCCURRED
       IN GEOLOGY? -- THE GEOLOGICAL REVOLUTION -- IS THE 
       REVOLUTION KUHNIAN? -- KUHN'S THESIS ABOUT SCIENTIFIC 
       CHANGE -- SOCIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN THE 
       GEOLOGICAL REVOLUTION -- METHODOLOGY -- THE FACTS -- 
       REVOLUTION OR EVOLUTION? -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Part II
       CONTEMPORARY ISSUES -- Chapter Four BIOLOGICAL SPECIES -- 
       BIOLOGISTS ON SPECIES -- NATURAL KINDS -- BUT ARE 
       BIOLOGICAL SPECIES REALLY NATURAL KINDS? -- SPECIES AS 
       INDIVIDUALS -- WHY SPECIES ARE NOT INDIVIDUALS: BIOLOGICAL
       OBJECTIONS -- WHY SPECIES ARE NOT INDIVIDUALS: CONCEPTUAL 
       OBJECTIONS -- BUT WHAT THEN ARE SPECIES? -- CONSEQUENCES -
       - CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter Five IS THE THEORY OF 
       PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIA A NEW PARADIGM? -- WHAT IS THE 
       THEORY OF PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIA? -- WHAT IS A PARADIGM? --
       IS THE THEORY OF PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIA A NEW PARADIGM? -- 
       THE EMPIRICAL ATTRACTIONS OF THE THEORY -- TWO POLITICAL 
       ATTRACTIONS OF THE THEORY -- THE METAPHYSICAL ATTRACTIONS 
       OF THE THEORY -- IS THE THEORY OF PUNCTUATED EQUILIBRIA A 
       NEW PARADIGM? -- EPILOGUE -- NOTES -- Chapter Six 
       TELEOLOGY AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES -- WHAT IS TELEOLOGY
       ALL ABOUT? -- IS ALL BIOLOGICAL TELEOLOGY THE SAME? -- 
       DOES TELEOLOGY SEPARATE BIOLOGY FROM PHYSICAL SCIENCES? --
       TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING? -- NOTES -- Part III HUMAN 
       PERSPECTIVES -- Chapter Seven HUMAN SOCIOBIOLOGY: AN 
       INTERIM REPORT 
505 8  DARWINIAN THEORY -- OF BIOLOGY AND COOKERY -- OF PARADIGMS
       OLD AND NEW -- SIBLING INCEST BARRIERS -- PROBLEMS -- THE 
       KIPSIGIS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter Eight 
       BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND FEMINIST VALUES -- FEMINIST 
       CRITIQUES -- CONVENTIONAL RESPONSES -- MCMULLIN ON VALUES 
       IN SCIENCE -- NON-EPISTEMIC VALUES -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES 
       -- Chapter Nine IS RAPE WRONG ON ANDROMEDA? -- WHY 
       CONSIDER EXTRATERRESTRIALS? -- EVOLUTION? -- BUT WHAT DOES
       IT ALL LEAD TO? -- EXTRATERRESTRIAL EMPIRICAL KNOWLEDGE? -
       - BUT IS THERE NOT SOME UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE? -- ULTIMATE 
       REALITY? -- EXTRATERRESTRIAL MORALITY -- SUBJECTIVE 
       ELEMENTS IN MORALITY -- THE DEEPER LEVEL OF MORALITY -- 
       SEXUAL MORALITY -- THE MORAL CODE OF THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL 
       -- HANDS ACROSS THE UNIVERSE? -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- 
       Part IV ULTIMATE QUESTIONS -- Chapter Ten EVOLUTIONARY 
       THEORY AND CHRISTIAN ETHICS -- HUMAN EVOLUTION -- SEXUAL 
       MORALITY -- EPIGENETIC RULES -- THE EVOLUTION OF MORALITY 
       -- THE LOVE COMMANDMENT -- ULTIMATE FOUNDATIONS -- 
       CONCLUSION -- NOTE -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- INDEX 
520    First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor
       & Francis, an informa company 
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650  0 Darwin, Charles, -- 1809-1882.;Evolution 
       (Biology);Evolution -- Philosophy.;Natural selection 
655  4 Electronic books 
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