Philosophy of Biology is a subfield of philosophy of science, which deals with epistemological, metaphysical, and ethical issues in the biological and biomedical sciences. Basically, philosophers of biology look at scientific ideas as philosophical ones and explore their consequences.
Marcel Weber has written: 'Philosophy of experimental biology' -- subject(s): Biology, Experimental, Experimental Biology, Nonfiction, OverDrive, Philosophy 'Philosophy of Experimental Biology (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology)'
The philosophy of the science of biology is: life is interesting.
Toward a New Philosophy of Biology was created in 1988.
Philosophy and Biology
philosophy and biology
biology The science of psychology developed from the more established fields of biology and philosophy.
Stefan Paul Linquist has written: 'Philosophy of evolutionary biology' -- subject(s): Evolution (Biology), Philosophy
Philosophy and Biology
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Philosophy and biology.
Florian von Schilcher has written: 'Philosophy, evolution, and human nature' -- subject(s): Biology, Evolution (Biology), Human evolution, Philosophy
The Aristotle helps us understand the philosophy and history of biology by the theory that it advances.
He invented physical science, biology, and wrote about philosophy.
Philosophy, politics, mathematics, and biology.
P. L. Luisi has written: 'Mind and life' -- subject(s): Biology, Buddhism, Buddhist Philosophy, Life, Matter, Philosophy, Buddhist, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Biology, Religious aspects of Life, Religious aspects of Matter 'What is matter? what is life?' -- subject(s): Biology, Buddhism, Buddhist Philosophy, Life, Matter, Philosophy, Buddhist, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Biology, Religious aspects of Life, Religious aspects of Matter
Carlo Tamagnone has written: 'L'illuminismo e la rinascita dell'ateismo filosofico' -- subject(s): Atheism, Enlightenment, History, Modern Philosophy, Philosophy, Modern 'Vita, morte, evoluzione' -- subject(s): Evolution (Biology), Philosophy, Biology
If one achieves successful completion of classes, passes the examination, and does a dissertation one can become a Doctor of Philosophy in their field of biology.
A. Quispel has written: 'Vijf miljard jaren wereldgeschiedenis' -- subject(s): Biology, Philosophy 'The biology of nitrogen fixation'
Richard Noel Re has written: 'Bioburst' -- subject(s): Biology, Molecular biology, Philosophy, Social aspects, Social aspects of Biology, Social aspects of Molecular biology
Johnemery Konecsni has written: 'A philosophy for living' -- subject(s): Conduct of life 'Biology and the philosophy of science'
Elmar G. H. Flenner has written: 'Marxismus und biologischer Finalismus' -- subject(s): Biology, Communism, Dialectical materialism, Evolution (Biology), Finalism (Philosophy), Philosophy
Most sciences require empirical evidence (that which is gained from physical interaction and observation), philosophy does not. While empirical evidence effects philosophy. philosophy does not impact the empirical sciences (Chemistry, Biology, etc...)
It deals with a wide variety of subjects, including political philosophy, ethics, metaphysics, ontology, logic, biology, rhetoric, and aesthetics.
Richard C. Lewontin has written: 'Biology under the influence' -- subject(s): Biology, Philosophy, Social aspects of Biology 'It Ain't Necessarily So' -- subject(s): Biology, Genetics, Human biology, Human genetics, Nature and nurture 'Human Diversity (Sal)' 'Not in our genes' 'Genes, Organismo y Ambiente' 'Inside and outside' -- subject(s): Environmental psychology, Genetic psychology 'The doctrine of DNA' -- subject(s): Biology, Philosophy, Social aspects, Social aspects of Biology