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The economy of nature: the structure of evolution in Linnaeus, Darwin, and the modern synthesis

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Bibliographic reference Pence, Charles H. ; Swaim, Daniel G.. The economy of nature: the structure of evolution in Linnaeus, Darwin, and the modern synthesis. In: European Journal for Philosophy of Science, Vol. 8, no.3, p. 435-454 (2017)
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