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Maria Sophia Quine

beings. My argument is that, in the pursuit of its pronatalist ambitions, Italian fascism sought to increase and utilize the power of the new biology. Through reproductive medicine and technology, modern biology, unlike the old largely observational biology, claimed mastery over basic life processes and

William de Jong Lambert

accurate picture of this breakthrough in biological science” (Dembowski 1949, 86). Similar to the VASKhNIL session, the Warsaw conference concluded with the announcement that the Polish government voiced unconditional support for the application of, and continued research in, thenew biology” (Dem- bowski

Dinah Birch

of all, the new biology. The signiŽ cance of the radi- cal physicists was that they threw into question the concept of the stability of creation—in cosmic terms, that is, not simply in human or even earthly terms. Theories of the dissipation of energy became prominent in the 1870s, as physicists such

Clare Palmer and Bron Taylor

in a reconstructive sense based on the 'new physics' (relativity and quantum theory) and the 'new biology' (the theory of evolution and ecology) (p.185). It is expressed in the 'cognitive lingua franca of contemporary science' (p.12). In summary, the ethic he presents is a version of that developed

Clare Palmer and Bron Taylor

postmodernism is usually understood, but in a reconstructive sense based on the 'new physics' (relativity and quantum theory) and the' new biology' (the theory of evolution and ecology) (p.185). It is expressed in the 'cognitive lingua franca of contemporary science' (p. 12). In summary, the ethic he presents

Véronique M. Fóti

, as fundamentally characteristic of life. This understanding of life resonates with Merleau-Ponty’s own thought regarding thenew biology” of the mid-twentieth-century, in his late lecture courses on Nature, in a way that calls for further analysis and reflection. The question then arises whether

George H. Kehm

creation will emerge that has the potential of enriching not only the Christian ethics of "earthkeeping" or "stewardship" but also of our science and culture. NOTES 'See Arthur R. Peacocke, CREATION AND THE WORLD OF SCIENCE (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1979), Ch. VII, and GOD AND THE NEW BIOLOGY (San

-78) Psychology's return to the things themselves is a return to the organism. Phenomenology becomes biology. The forerunner of the new biology is Sherrington, whose work is reviewed in Chapter Three. The reader will be fascinated by the work of this nonmechanistic physiologist. It is ripe for phenomenological

Patricio De los Ríos Escalante, Fátima Kies and Francisco Correa-Araneda

. Stoichiometry and the new biology: the future is now . PLoS Biology , 5 : e181 . Elser J. J. Kyle M. Learned J. McCrakin M. L. Peace A. Steger L. , 2016 . Life on the stoichiometric knife-edge: effects of high and low food C : P ratio on growth, feeding and respiration in three

Sirlene Souza Rodrigues Sartori, Juliano Vogas Peixoto, Vanessa de Paula Guimarães Lopes, Alfredo José Afonso Barbosa, Clóvis Andrade Neves and Cláudio César Fonseca

. , 284 , G367 - G372 . Rehfeld , J.F. ( 1998 ) The new biology of gastrointestinal hormones . Physiol. Rev. , 78 , 1087 - 1108 . Reynaud , Y. , Fakhry , J. , Fothergill , L. , Callaghan , B. , Ringuet , M. , Hunne , B. , Bravo , D.M. & Furness , J.B. ( 2016 ) The