5 edition of Evolutionary processes and metaphors found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Mae-Wan Ho and Sidney W. Fox.|
|Contributions||Ho, Mae-Wan., Fox, Sidney W., Liberty Fund., Conference on Evolutionary Concepts in Biology and Society (1986 : Hawk"s Cay, Fla.)|
|LC Classifications||QH371 .E928 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||87025445|
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Evolutionary Processes and Metaphors Edited by Mae-Wan Ho, Department of Biology, The Open University, UK Sidney W. Fox, Institute for Evolutionary processes and metaphors book and Cellular Evolution, University of Miami, USA The current evolutionary debate encompasses protobiotic chemistry at one extreme and human sociobiology at the other.
Machine derived contents note: Processes and Metaphors in Evolution (M-W. --Ho & S. Fox). -- Evolution Outward and Forward (S. Fox). -- The Evolution of Life -- An Overview of General Problems and a Specific Study of the Origin of the Genetic Code (W.
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Contributors explore processes and metaphors in evolution, the origin of the genetic code, new genetic mechanisms and their implications for the formation of new species, panbiogeography, the active role of behavior in evolution, sociobiology, and Evolutionary processes and metaphors book.
In this book, Stephen Jay Gould explores two metaphors, two models, that humans use to understand time: time's arrow, the the irreversible, unrepeatable uniqueness of every individual, every event, and every phenomenon, and time's cycle, the fundamental laws and structures that repeat and reappear throughout the by: Buy Evolutionary Evolutionary processes and metaphors book (): A Hierarchical Perspective: NHBS - Niles Eldredge, Telmo Pievani, Emanuele Serrelli, Ilya Tëmkin, University of Chicago Press.
4 Helpful Metaphors for Evolution; This learning process is similar to “natural selection” in biology. In fact, the similarity is so strong that some machine learning techniques are directly inspired by evolutionary biology.
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Specifically he is most interested in the use of evolutionary metaphors. One overarching point he makes is that you shouldn’t seek to find metaphors that are correct.
Metaphors are never precisely correct and trying to shoehorn the world into the metaphor. Darwin was a master at linking common everyday experiences and knowledge with technical observations by biologists, linking them together metaphorically Evolutionary processes and metaphors book produce his panoramic synthesis of the history of life.
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In the face of such awe-inspiring. We look for missing links in the sciences and humanities, but the essential missing link - metaphor - is always in front of us. In Missing Link, Jeffery Donaldson unites literary criticism and evolutionary and cognitive science to show how metaphor has been with us since the beginning of time as a seed in the nature of things.5/5.
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My library. A metaphor is a figure of speech that is used to make a comparison between two things that aren't alike but do have something in common. Unlike a simile, where two things are compared directly using like or as, a metaphor's comparison is more indirect, usually made by stating something is something else.
Lay Theories and Metaphors of Health and Illness. Yet that was the case with this book. It’s not just that I have worked in this field for many years, but rather, with every chapter I felt I.
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Baum argues that the structure and nature of thought, meaning, sensation, and consciousness therefore arise naturally from the evolution of programs that exploit the compact. Influences. On board the Beagle, Darwin read new work by a geologist, Charles ples of Geology (–33) showed that rocks bore traces of tiny, gradual, and cumulative change taking place over vast time periods.
The roughly year span of the Christian Biblical story was dwarfed by Lyell’s vision of an earth immeasurably older, by. Caroline Myss, Ph.D., best selling author of Sacred Contracts, Anatomy of the Spirit and Why People Don't Heal says: Tompkins and Lawley have written a book that provides people with a tool for profound analysis and insight.
The use of metaphors as a means of evaluating how you order your world, your relationships, your occupation, and interpret the experiences of your life. The book Culture and the Evolutionary Process, Robert Boyd and Peter J.
Richerson is published by University of Chicago Press. Culture and the Evolutionary Process, Boyd, Richerson All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK While evolution is of course a process, it is often implicitly supposed that the entities that evolve or that constitute the evolutionary process, whether genes, organisms, populations, or whatever, are kinds of things.
Following the authors mentioned above, I argue that these too are better seen as processes, albeit highly stabilised processes. Social Change: mechanisms and metaphors 3 Introduction Good social science should be able to explain how and why things change.
Questions about change can be posed directly, as when we wonder whether religious observance is declining in America, or try to explain why large corporations ﬁrst appeared at the end of the nineteenth century. But File Size: KB. The method of this evolution is a struggle in which the weak perish and the strong survive.
No "evolution," no "involution," no word without sense or meaning. As the days went by, the evolution of like into love was accelerated. The female led, and the male followed her in the evolution of life. Evolutionary epistemology is the attempt to address questions in the theory of knowledge from an evolutionary point of view.
Evolutionary epistemology involves, in part, deploying models and metaphors drawn from evolutionary biology in the attempt to characterize and resolve issues arising in epistemology and conceptual change. The stronger the metaphor is, the better your intent will be received.
Using metaphors to explain something to a child helps them by giving them a more visual picture. Simple Metaphor Examples For Kids. Here is a list of simple metaphor examples you can use to help teach your child about new things.
Max is a pig when he eats. You are my sunshine. “Natural” selection is human selection writ large. But of course, whatever “nature” may be, it is not a sentient creature with a will, and any attempt to understand the actual operation of evolutionary processes must be freed of its metaphorical baggage.
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Medically reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD, PsyD, CRNP, ACRN, CPH on Octo — Written by Brian KransAuthor: Brian Krans. For the elephant and rider metaphor see Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion (New York and London: Penguin, ), p.
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The focus of this book is to demonstrate to the reader that the adaptive landscape concept can be put. Howard Gruber lists five main metaphors in the Origin: artificial selection, wedges, war, a tree, and a tangled bank.
Of these, the tree of life and warfare metaphors seem to be the two that are most widely referenced today. Darwin used artificial selection– plant and animal breeding- to relate natural selection to a familiar process.
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It insinuates that the evolution from the original infection to. Analogies and metaphors have long been a staple of creationists, especially in regard to the supposed "gulfs" between species, which they claim gradualistic evolution cannot bridge.
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