Gordon R. McOuat

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  • G McOuat
  • Studies in history and philosophy of science
  • 2001
In the received version of the development of science, natural kinds are established in the preliminary stages (natural history) and made more precise by measurement (exact science). By examining the move from nineteenth- to twentieth-century biology, this paper unpacks the notion of species as 'natural kinds' and grounds for discourse, questioning received(More)
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