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Vitalism and the scientific image in post-enlightenment life science, 1800-2010

Sebastian Normandin and Charles Wolfe UGent (2013) In History, Philosophy and Theory of the Life Sciences 2.
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editor
Sebastian Normandin and UGent
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year
type
bookEditor
publication status
published
subject
keyword
medicine, biology, organicism, vitalism
series title
History, Philosophy and Theory of the Life Sciences
volume
2
pages
VI, 377 pages
publisher
Springer
place of publication
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
ISBN
9789400724440
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B3
additional info
Table of Contents Introduction.- Part I. Revisiting vitalist themes in 19th-century science.- 1. Guido Giglioni (Warburg Institute); Jean-Baptiste Lamarck and the Place of Irritability in the History of Life and Death.- 2. Joan Steigerwald (York); Rethinking Organic Vitality in Germany at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century.- 3. Juan Rigoli (Geneva); The ‘Novel of Medicine’.- 4. Sean Dyde (Cambridge); Life and Mind in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Somaticist 'Mind' and Body after the Death of Phrenology.- Part II. Twentieth century debates on vitalism in science and philosophy.- 5. Brian Garrett (McMaster); Vitalism versus Emergent Materialism.- 6. Christophe Malaterre (Paris); Life as an Emergent Phenomenon: From an Alternative to Vitalism to an Alternative to Reductionism.- 7. Sebastian Normandin (Montreal); Wilhelm Reich: Vitalism and Its Discontents.- 8. Chiara Elettra Ferrario (Wellington) and Luigi Corsi (Pisa); Kurt Goldstein: Vitalism and the Organismic Approach.- 9. Giuseppe Bianco (Paris/Warwick); The Origins of Canguilhem’s “Vitalism”: Against the Anthropology of Irritation.- Part III. Vitalism and contemporary biological developments.- 10. J. Scott Turner (Syracuse); Homeostasis and the forgotten vitalist roots of adaptation.- 11. Carlos Sonnenschein, David Lee, Jonathan Nguyen and Ana Soto (Tufts); Unanticipated trends stemming from the history of cell culture: Vitalism in 2012?.- 12. John Dupré and Maureen O’Malley (Exeter); Varieties of living things: Life at the intersection of lineage and metabolism.- 13. William Bechtel (UCSD); Dynamic Mechanistic Explanation: Addressing the Vitalists’ Objections to Mechanistic Science.
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c:vabb:338974
VABB type
VABB-3
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1935851
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1935851
date created
2011-10-26 19:46:00
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2018-03-26 11:57:19
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {VI, 377},
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Chicago
Normandin, Sebastian, and Charles Wolfe, eds. 2013. “Vitalism and the Scientific Image in Post-enlightenment Life Science, 1800-2010 ” Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
APA
Normandin, S., & Wolfe, C. (Eds.). (2013). Vitalism and the scientific image in post-enlightenment life science, 1800-2010 . Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Vancouver
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Normandin S, Wolfe C, editors. Vitalism and the scientific image in post-enlightenment life science, 1800-2010 . Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer; 2013.
MLA
Normandin, Sebastian, and Charles Wolfe, eds. “Vitalism and the Scientific Image in Post-enlightenment Life Science, 1800-2010 .” 2013 : n. pag. Print.