2007 semster 1 : PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY:
Sexual selection - group selection - the selfish gene - explanations in evolution - reductionism - contradictory interpretations of genetics - sociology of genetics
Q: Are Species
(a) categories fixed by god, or
(b) optimum solutions to evolutionary problems?
This course is officially known as PHIL3062 : Advanced Philosophical Topics A. It's suitable for anyone interested in Biology. It's open to any student who has taken at least four philosophy courses, and to other humanities students AND SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS with the permission of the lecturer. Email the lecturer at email@example.com if you'd like permission to enrol.
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A one-semester course offered on an occasional basis depending on staff availability.
2007 SEMESTER 1 : SEX AND DEATH : THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY.
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