Compte rendu de Rencontres de Venise – Regards sur l’épistémologie à l’intention des curieux en sciences du vivant. Boudjeltia et Vanhaeberbeek (dir.), Hermann Éditeurs, Paris, 2019

  • François Papale Université de Montréal, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Mots-clés: Philosophie des sciences, Histoire des sciences, Biologie, Médecine, Évolution, Déterminisme, Génétique, Statistique, Épistémologie, Darwinisme, Réductionnisme, Antiréductionnisme, Imagerie médicale

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Publiée
2020-03-12
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Papale, François. 2020. « Compte Rendu De Rencontres De Venise – Regards Sur l’épistémologie à l’intention Des Curieux En Sciences Du Vivant. Boudjeltia Et Vanhaeberbeek (dir.), Hermann Éditeurs, Paris, 2019 ». Lato Sensu: Revue De La Société De Philosophie Des Sciences 7 (2), 7-11. https://doi.org/10.20416/LSRSPS.V7I2.2.
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