MATHEMATICS (A)

@article{Kawashima1968MATHEMATICS,
  title={MATHEMATICS (A)},
  author={Takeshi Kawashima and Alexander Ivanovich Oparin and Gottfried Krampitz and Evellyn Huwtchlinlsoni},
  journal={Science},
  year={1968},
  volume={162},
  pages={1158 - 1159}
}
Among the most important early manifestations of the development of the scientific attitude were objective portrayals of the external morphology of organisms. The adoption of such naturalistic techniques of illustration seems to have followed upon a change in the esthetic objectives of artists in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. A second example of the influence of esthetic presuppositions on the science of biology arose in the early nineteenth century as biologists sought to advance… 

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