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By Sheng Gong, Youhong Gong

ISBN-10: 9810243782

ISBN-13: 9789810243784

ISBN-10: 9812385177

ISBN-13: 9789812385178

A textual content on advanced research, treating very important effects from various angles, proposing a special standpoint on complicated research: that of a geometrical functionality theorist and a commonly expert and released analyst. positive factors sufficient fabric for a complete path in complicated research, with easy fabric and upper-level direction fabric. additionally gains routines. For graduate scholars.

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What do the Relationships Mean? Jean-Baptiste Lamarck is today somewhat unfairly ridiculed for one of his extrapolations of his findings, but at the beginning of the 19th C his careful observations and interpretations contributed another step on the ladder to the story of natural selection. What Lamarck saw was the marvelous fit of form to function, such that wings of birds allowed them to fly while the limbs and overall shape of porpoises were well adapted PRE-ENLIGHTENMENT VIEWS OF ORIGINS 31 for swimming.

Rather than address this question from purely theoretical or philosophical terms, thinkers turned to mechanics, or experimentalists, to help them understand. There was plenty of reason to view this approach with optimism. Greek scholarship had returned to Europe via Spain, since the Islamic unlike the Christian world had never lost it and the Moslems, though eager to keep their distance from “heathens,” nevertheless would communicate through intermediaries, frequently Jews. It was no accident that Maimonides, the greatest of the Jewish philosophers, and certainly a great physician and philosopher by any criteria, had a strongly Aristotelian attitude, including the argument that God’s miracles worked through, and did not violate, physical laws.

To anatomists and interpreters of fossils such as Cuvier, the biblical accounting, as interpreted by Ussher and others, was dubious, but they had no measuring rod against which to judge the scale of events. This measuring rod, if not precisely constructed, was at least given a meaningful existence by Charles Lyell. Lyell, who combined a scientist’s precision and attentiveness to detail with a persuasiveness derived from his career as a lawyer, had set out to deny the theory of catastrophism, the theory that all events and changes on earth had resulted from (bible-described) catastrophes and cataclysmic events.

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