Contingence et représentation arborescente : le cheminement de Darwin des les otebooks jusqu’à la première édition de l’Origine des Espèces

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Michael A. Soubbotnik

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This study attempts to show how Darwin’s 1otebooks provide evidence that the author of the Origin of the Species moved further and further away from various versions of a “system of nature” based on some complex, abstract, finalized order, by combining empirical testing and shifts in the schematic representation of the relations between taxonomic categories.

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Soubbotnik, M. A. (2018). Contingence et représentation arborescente : le cheminement de Darwin des les otebooks jusqu’à la première édition de l’Origine des Espèces. Studia Romanica Posnaniensia, 44(4), 95-115. https://doi.org/10.14746/strop.2017.444.007
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