5 edition of Biology and Freedom found in the catalog.
January 27, 1989
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
The rise of the present enthusiasms for biologically determinist accounts of the human condition date to the late s. They were not initiated by any specific advance in biological science, or powerful new theory, but harked back instead to an earlier tradition of eugenic thinking which, still strong especially in the usa during the s, had been eclipsed and driven into intellectual . Contemporary biology rejects questions of freedom and self-organization, in part because it rejects the view attributed to an early evolutionary biologist: Jean-Baptiste Lamarck. Today, Lamarck is mainly known for the view that creatures can intentionally pass to their offspring the traits acquired through their own efforts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Biology and Freedom is an essay on human nature: an attempt to make a just assessment of a species often presented as predominantly and unavoidably violent, grasping, selfish and stupid. Likening human beings to animals is a traditional method of influencing attitudes on morals and politics. Lifelines is an important book. As an attempt to give the lay reader a high-level overview of biology that doesn't hide its complexities, it lacks the simplicity — and perhaps much of the attraction — of popular science books which focus on single ideas, offer simple answers, and sweep complex epistemological and philosophical issues under.
freedom and ethics. Some like the philosopher of religion and biology Patricia A. Williams place this explicitly in an evolutionary framework and see human freedom as emerging as hominids evolved to be able to recognize and make choices. Williams has no problem accepting evolution and argues that God’s love was first manifested in theCited by: 3. Kits: Basic Kit / Advantage Set / Super Kit Individual Components: Textbook / Student Notebook / Tests & Solution Manual / Audio CD New! Apologia's Exploring Creation with Marine Biology, 2nd Edition, is now available for pre-orders. This course is designed for high school seniors or for students whose parents feel that they are sufficiently prepared for the demands of this .
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