Biology and philosophy (including ideology): a study of Fisher and Wright

@article{Hodge1992BiologyAP,
  title={Biology and philosophy (including ideology): a study of Fisher and Wright},
  author={M. Hodge},
  journal={Boston studies in the philosophy of science},
  year={1992},
  volume={142},
  pages={231-293}
}
  • M. Hodge
  • Published 1992
  • Biology, Philosophy
  • Boston studies in the philosophy of science
The task undertaken in this paper will make better sense if I relate it to two familiar rationales for doing any work in the history of science.1 They are rationales, indeed, that are matched in doing the history of many things besides science. The first is that if there is no collective quest for critical history, then myths and legends flourish, so that we have to settle for Rusk’s version of Vietnam or Thatcher’s invocations of the Victorian era. The second is that the future is unavailable… Expand
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