A Useful Inheritance: Evolutionary Aspects of the Theory of Knowledge

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Name Index
Anderson, Paul, 103n9, 130
Baldwin, J. M., 13n4, 130
Ball, John A., 104n20
Bergson, Henri, 21
Boyd, Robert, 129
Boltzmann, Ludwig, 13n4
von Braun, Werner, 29
Bruno, Giordano, 99
Bruch, Stephen G., 36n6
Byrd, Robert, 13n6
Calvin, M., 103n14
Campbell, Donald T, 37n12, 38n16, 129
Cardano, Girolano, 24
Churchland, P. M., 53n1, 127n1, 130
Churchland, P. S., 53n1, 130
Cole, J. R., 54n7, 130
Cole, S., 54n7, 130
Darwin, Charles, 2, 5, 11, 13n3, 34n3, 130
Dawkins, Richard, 36n7, 118n2, 130
de Beer, Gavin, 36n9
Diamond, Jared, 118n3
Donne, John, 99
Dyson, Freeman, 74n9, 131
Edwards, Walter, 38n17
Ehrensvaerd, Goesta, 103n3, 131
Einstein, Albert, 16, 56, 70, 74n5, 100, 131
von Frisch, Karl, 11
Galileo Galilei, 65, 74n9
von Goethe, Wolfgang, 53n5
Goldschmidt, R. B., 34n5, 131
Haldane, J. B. S., 118n4, 125, 131
Hayek, F. A., 53n2, 131
Hesse, Mary, 58, 74n7, 131
Hull, David L., 54n8
Hume, David, 22
Huntford, Roland, 12n2, 131
Huygens, Christiaan, 89, 103n10, 131
James, William, 3, 12n1, 84, 103n5, 131
Jennings, H. S., 13n4
Kahn, David, 36n8, 131
Kahnemann, Daniel, 38n17
Kant, Immanuel, 73n1, 85, 101
Kepler, Johann, 44, 74n9
Kirk, G. S., 131
Koyré, Alexandre, 99, 104n19, 131
Kuhn, Thomas, 103n7, 131

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