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Readers of the
Book of Life

Contextualizing Developmental
Evolutionary Biology

Anton Markoš

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2002

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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Contents *
  • Readers of the Book of Life *
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I - Readers of the Book of the Universe 5
  • 1 - An Objectivist Proposal for the Unification of Knowledge 13
  • 2 - In the Quest for the Meaning 32
  • 3 - Living Nature—a Gnostic Approach 51
  • Part II - Biology from the Mechanistic to the Eidetic 57
  • 4 - Neo-Darwinism 71
  • 5 - Biological Structuralism 81
  • 6 - Chance and Lysenkoist Biology 89
  • 7 - The Biological Field 94
  • 8 - Epigenetics 107
  • 9 - The Specter of Vitalism 119
  • 10 - Superorganism 138
  • 11 - The Language Metaphor of Life? 149
  • Part III - Life as a Hermeneutic Category 159
  • 12 - The Speech of Proteins 165
  • 13 - Morphogenesis 187
  • 14 - Ontogeny of the Planetary Organism 205
  • Epilogue 215
  • References 223
  • Index 239
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