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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pantin, Carl Frederick Abel, 1899-1967.
Relations between the sciences.
London, Cambridge U.P., 1968
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carl Frederick Abel Pantin; A M Pantin; W H Thorpe
|Notes:||Based upon the Tarner Lectures of Trinity College, 1959.|
|Credits:||Based upon the Tarner Lectures of Trinity College .|
|Description:||x, 206 pages illustrations 23 cm|
|Contents:||Preface; 1. The restricted and the unrestricted sciences; 2. The features of the natural world; 3. Living systems and natural selection; 4. The classification of objects and phenomena; 5. Methods in the unrestricted sciences; Summary; Appendix 1. Life and the conditions of existence (from Biology and Personality, edited by I. P. Ramsey, Oxford, Blackwell, 1965); Appendix 2. Learning, world-models and pre-adaptation (reprinted from Animal Behaviour, supplement I, 1965); Appendix 3. Organism and environment (paper read in 1965 at a meeting of the Study Group on 'Foundations of Cultural Unity', Bowdoin College, USA); Notes and references; Index.|
|Responsibility:||by the late C.F.A. Pantin; edited and with an introduction and note by A.M. Pantin and W.H. Thorpe.|