Critical Transitions in Nature and Society

@inproceedings{Dellureficio2010CriticalTI,
  title={Critical Transitions in Nature and Society},
  author={Anthony J. Dellureficio and N. Packard and Steen Rasmus-Sen and S. Kauffman and S. Wolfram and Marshall Ni-Renberg and J. Watson and F. Crick and C. Darwin and S. Gould and Donald Goldsmith and Berkeley and California},
  year={2010}
}
“voluntary animal motion” interested physicians, scholars, and philosophers throughout history for a variety of purposes such as relating “voluntary motion” to the soul and understanding medical conditions through comparative anatomy. The research presented in this monograph includes not only a careful examination of different theories regarding animal motion, but also an analysis of how these theories developed within the context of changing medical and academic paradigms. Another interesting… Expand
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